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They Pulled This Out Of The Depths Of The Ocean, And What It Is Will Take Your Breath Away.

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While many people think science has the answers to everything, scientist are actually discovering new things every day. Even when it comes to things that have become commonplace to most, scientists are continuously investigating.
That’s why when a blue whale’s corpse washed ashore in Canada, scientists saw it as the perfect opportunity to learn something new about the specimen. What they were most interested in was the whale’s heart.
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While many people think science has the answers to everything, scientist are actually discovering new things every day. Even when it comes to things that have become commonplace to most, scientists are continuously investigating.
That’s why when a blue whale’s corpse washed ashore in Canada, scientists saw it as the perfect opportunity to learn something new about the specimen. What they were most interested in was the whale’s heart.
Jacqueline Miller of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) can be seen in this video showing off this amazing find, comparing it to a mouse’s heart, as well as a domestic cow’s.
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Jacqueline Miller of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) can be seen in this video showing off this amazing find, comparing it to a mouse’s heart, as well as a domestic cow’s.
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