History: A decision to blow up a whale carcass in 1971 resulted in a video clip that has entertained for decades.
For three years in July (2011-13) at Hendrickson Island, East Whitefish, Brown's Harbour, and Kendall Island, blubber
samples were collected from the thorax of harvested belugas and frozen at -20[degrees]C for fatty acid analysis.
When it was full, the ship would return to Dundee and the blubber
would be boiled off to make oil in a yard where the city's bus station is now.
Your partner can help you by smoothing the blubber
so it is evenly distributed.
Both turn up in similar amounts in my blubber
and liver samples.
Similarly, a collision with a blunt object is likely to have caused the whale blubber
Examining the Role of Blubber
in Whales & Dolphins
It seems that after finding a dead adult beluga on the shore, they harvested the skin and pink blubber
in its tail, refrigerated it, and later ate it raw Two days after the whale was found, a physician reported three suspected cases of food-borne botulism.
There were epidemiological studies on the Greenland Eskimos, a population of people that eat mainly whale blubber
," she said.
Norway said Tuesday that more scientific discussions with Japan were needed on the measurement of contaminants in whale products before both countries could start trading in whale meat and blubber
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-31 July 2002-Norway and Japan in talks over whale blubber
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Greenpeace analyzed both the meat and blubber
of some 60 minke whales caught in Norwegian waters and found that the PCB levels in blubber
amounted to 0.