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Norfolk Cetaceans - 22nd November 2016

What appears to be a SPERM WHALE vertebra of some age was found on  West Runton beach.

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Norfolk Cetaceans - 19th October 2016

Ted Maley reported a bone he found at Gore Point. On inspection today I found the bone to be the lower jawbone of a SPERM WHALE – undoubtedly (for several reasons) the bone originates from one of the two animals that stranded near Hunstanton in January/February this year.

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It's not all rubbish...

Today marks my final day on board the Cap Finistére after four weeks of working as part of ORCAs Wildlife Officer programme. It has been an absolute pleasure and I would like to thank both ORCA and Brittany Ferries for having me on board. 1,253 more words

Sperm Whale

After a day on the beach on the south coast of Cornwall this Sunday, we heard that a Sperm whale Physeter macrocephalus had stranded at Perranporth on the north coast. 120 more words


Battle Scars

I know you my enemy
Do I terrify?
Hide in darkest depths
My will is indomitable
I will hunt until
the ends of the earth… 107 more words


Sperm Whale: The Big Teeth

Download the sperm whale module and the full size minigraphics.


  • Scientific name: Physeter macrocephalus
  • Has the largest brain of any known creature both in body to brain ratio and physical size…
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Coral Triangle Academy

#23: Sperm Whale vs Giant Squid

Mia hates fish! So we spent an entire episode discussing all things aquatic. What happens when monsters of the deep collide? Why is Errol Flynn’s dad so important in the scientific world? 43 more words