Dead blue whale turns into museum exhibition

Two skeletons of the world's biggest animal - the blue whale - have gone on display in the Canadian city of Toronto. It took scientists three years to clean and reassemble their bones after they washed up on a beach in Newfoundland.

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    Two skeletons of the world's biggest animal - the blue whale - have gone on display in the Canadian city of Toronto.

    It took scientists three years to clean and reassemble their bones after they washed up on a beach in Newfoundland.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Toronto.


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