Salvaging a sunken ship | Flickr -

Salvaging a sunken ship | Flickr -

Karachi, Pakistan — Pakistani fishermen use cranes to pull the carcass of a whale shark from the water. The 40-foot fish, weighing about 6 to 7 tons, was found dead in the Arabian Sea.

Karachi, Pakistan — Pakistani fishermen use cranes to pull the carcass of a whale shark from the water. The 40-foot fish, weighing about 6 to 7 tons, was found dead in the Arabian Sea.

Dead sperm whale explodes after falling from crane (Video)

Dead sperm whale explodes after falling from crane (Video)

Crowds gathered at Karachi's fish harbour to see a dead whale shark pulled from the water by cranes after it was found in the Pakistani port.

Crowds gathered at Karachi's fish harbour to see a dead whale shark pulled from the water by cranes after it was found in the Pakistani port.

Photo: A crane lifts the carcass of a sperm whale washed ashore on Carrasco beach. Credit: AP Montevideo, Uruguay

Photo: A crane lifts the carcass of a sperm whale washed ashore on Carrasco beach. Credit: AP Montevideo, Uruguay

The body of a female whale of some 10 meters length and 9 tons weight is lifted by a crane at the port in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, canary Islands, Spain, 06 June 2014. The whale was found dead the previous day and will be analyzed by the technicians of Canarias regional government Conservation and the Veterinary Medicine University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

The body of a female whale of some 10 meters length and 9 tons weight is lifted by a crane at the port in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, canary Islands, Spain, 06 June 2014. The whale was found dead the previous day and will be analyzed by the technicians of Canarias regional government Conservation and the Veterinary Medicine University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Is This Nessie Carcass a Plesiosaur?

Is This Nessie Carcass a Plesiosaur?

Carcass of a Basking Shark found by a fisherman near New Zealand in 1977, that was thought to be a Plesiosaur.

Carcass of a Basking Shark found by a fisherman near New Zealand in 1977, that was thought to be a Plesiosaur.

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