Have you ever wondered what kind of gnarly shit comes out of a whale’s blowhole? Yeah, we haven’t either. But some pervs at Zoological Society of London figured out how to breathalyze a whale’s head sphincter via mini chopper. “They’re just so big and in the water all the time,” a marine scientist involved in the project complains—how else are they supposed to find their answer but to build an aircraft to hover over the animal and wait for it to spew? Out of curiosity, we decided to research what, exactly, comprises the spew (it’s water, germs, and “secretions” from its respiratory tract), and in the process found some questions that intrigue us more…
If whales can communicate by telepathy why can't humans?
Are dolphins gay sharks?
What happens to whales when you litter?
Do killer whales eat caribou?
Would it be possible to safely graft a Narwhal tusk into the skull of a living horse?
You have had it for over a year now antibiotics will not kill it they said you are colonized what is that green drainage from the tracheotomy?