In another incident of whale beaching in India, a 30-feet-long dead Bryde's whale washed up on Mumbai's popular Juhu beach on Thursday night. Experts say the whale, weighing around four tonnes, had died at sea.
The whale was first spotted by joggers last night, and huge crowds of spectators had gathered on the beach by Friday morning. Officials are still debating how to handle the carcass, including finding a crane equipped to lift it and a place to bury it. Experts say the whale may explode because of the build-up of gas inside its decomposing body.
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