Port Macq Council Forced To Dig Up Huge, Stinky Whale It Buried Last Week

9/25/2017
Last week, a humpback whale migrating from its summer feeding waters in Antarctica got snared in a fishing line. It washed up on a beach in Australia ...
The corpse of a huge whale humpback buried under the sand of a beach australian busy was exhumed and cut this Monday. The operation, very ...
The Port Macquarie-Hastings council has been forced to dig up a whale carcass it decided to bury in the sand on a beach, after locals were outraged ...
The 40-foot long humpback whale came ashore at Nobbys Beach in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, after becoming entangled in fishing ropes on ...
A humpback whale has been exhumed from an Australian beach following a protest by locals who feared it would attract sharks. The whale died in ...
A 220-tonne crane has exhumed a humpback whale carcass buried at Nobbys Beach in Port Macquarie, amid fears from locals its decomposing body ...
9/24/2017
The whale carcass has finally been removed from Nobby's Beach, after contractors and council workers worked tirelessly on Monday, September 25.
SYDNEY: A massive humpback whale buried on a popular Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because locals ...
A massive humpback whale buried on a popular Australian beach after it washed up dead was being exhumed Monday because locals feared its ...
A large excavator has started digging up an 18-tonne humpback whale buried at a Mid North Coast NSW beach a week ago. The 12-metre whale died ...
An 18-tonne whale carcass, buried after it was beached last week, is dug up from Nobbys beach by the Port Macquarie-Hastings council to ease ...
Great appreciation goes out to all who have worked towards the task of removing the deceased whale from Nobbys Beach and gratitude is extended ...
A 220-tonne crane is being used to exhume a humpback whale carcass from a beach on the New South Wales mid-north coast, after its burial there ...
The arduous task of removing the buried whale from Nobby's Beach has begun, with council staff and experts taking to the sand early on September ...
An 18-tonne humpback whale carcass that has been decomposing since it was buried at a NSW mid-north coast beach last week has been exhumed.
The 12-metre whale died after being beached and its carcass was buried at Port Macquarie's Nobbys Beach because it was too big to be moved.
9/22/2017
A week after the carcass of an 18-tonne humpback whale was buried on a northern NSW beach, a team of contractors will use an excavator, ...
9/21/2017
The burying of whales is suspected to have links to an increased shark ... have a potentially damaging summer if the whale carcass remained buried ...
Authorities in the Australian coastal town of Port Macquarie will dig up the carcass of a 12-metre, 20-tonne humpback whale from a local beach and ...
Removal: The dead whale could not be dragged back to sea so council made a decision to bury the carcass. It will now be exhumed after community ...
Chainsaws and skip bins are likely to be used to help remove an 18-tonne humpback whale carcass buried at a north coast NSW beach. The carcass ...
The NSW government will spend $50,000 to remove an 18-tonne whale carcass buried on a north coast beach after safety concerns were raised for ...
The NSW government has allocated $50,000 to exhume an 18-tonne humpback whale carcass which was buried at a north coast beach. The carcass ...

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