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Rare whale vomit found on Morecambe beach

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Wow, 50k for some puke...I'll start saving mine up I think :g42:

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Very interesting to see and read the details of this rare find.

I wonder who owns the beach? and would they be entitled to part of the commercial value of this find.?? :g43: Jerry.
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All sounds like a sick joke to me :g49:

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JBM wrote:Very interesting to see and read the details of this rare find.

I wonder who owns the beach? and would they be entitled to part of the commercial value of this find.?? :g43: Jerry.
Thats what i thought :g43:
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YUKKK :shock: 50000 WOW

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JBM wrote:Very interesting to see and read the details of this rare find.

I wonder who owns the beach? and would they be entitled to part of the commercial value of this find.?? :g43: Jerry.
Was there any need to 'bring that up Jerry' :g39:

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