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Friday, January 20, 2006

Origin of the species

Sky News has confirmed - via an expert from London's Natural History Museum - that the whale is a Pilot Whale.

It is the first time this species of whale has entered the Thames since records began.


Blogger Framescourer said...

A Pilot Whale? Does this mean that there'll be a full series of Whale in due course?


1:24 PM  
Anonymous Luca B said...

Not true. There are reports from Sept 3 1658 that a whale swam up the Thames and died, seen as a bad omen by Londoners. Oliver Cromwell died that day.

Luca B

4:16 PM  
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