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Thai woman, 49, finds 7kg lump of whale vomit ambergris washed up outside her home [Video]

Thai woman, 49, finds 7kg lump of whale vomit ambergris washed up outside her home

Thai woman, 49, finds 7kg lump of whale vomit ambergris washed up outside her home

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 03:35Published
Fisherman finds 7kg piece of whale vomit that could sell for up to £170,000 [Video]

Fisherman finds 7kg piece of whale vomit that could sell for up to £170,000

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 03:07Published

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Vomit worth Rs 2 crore: Woman finds most expensive puke ever in history

After looking at the whale vomit, Niamrin inspected it and found that the mass of substance smelled like fish.
DNA - Published

Woman finds whale vomit worth Rs 1.9 crore while walking on a beach in Thailand

Siriporn Niamrin was walking along the beach after a rainstorm when she noticed a large mass washed up on the shore in Nakhon Si Thammarat province.
DNA - Published

Two held with whale vomit worth ₹2 crore

They got the ambergris from Goa
Hindu - Published

Over 5kg of ‘whale vomit’ washes ashore in Cuddalore

The Fisheries Department along with the Marine Police took possession of the find
Hindu - Published

Mumbai: 40-feet-long whale carcass ashore in Palghar

A decomposed carcass of a 40 feet whale washed ashore on Wednesday in Palghar. the carcass was first noticed by locals around 8 am roughly 100 meters off Mahim beach's waterline, where a stench hung in..
Mid-Day - Published

Two men arrested for selling whale vomit worth Rs 1.7 crore in Vidyavihar

'Whale vomit' is a wax that originates as a secretion in the intestines of the sperm whale and is used to manufacture perfumes. Ambergris is used for medicines and potions and as a spice
DNA - Published

Mumbai Crime: Man caught selling whale vomit worth Rs 2 crore to make perfumes

A 53-year-old man was arrested by Mumbai police on Saturday for allegedly trying to sell 1kg of whale fish vomit valued around Rs 1.70 crore. ‘Whale vomit’ also known as ambergris is a wax that..
Mid-Day - Published