Highly prized and extremely rare, it's hard to tell if you've stumbled on this piece of sperm whale 'product'.
Ambergris is often described as one of the world's strangest natural occurrences. It is produced by sperm whales and has been used for.
Ambergris begins its long journey in darkness, beneath several hundred tons of seawater, in the warm and cavernous hindgut of a sperm whale. This much is.
Sperm whales eject an intestinal slurry called ambergris into the ocean, where the substance hardens as it bobs along. Eventually it gets.
A dog walker in England found a lump of ambergris, a substance used in.. Ambergris is made in the digestive tract of the sperm whale.
Ken Wilman with his lump of rare whale vomit or 'ambergris' on.. Sperm whales eject the intestinal slurry into the ocean where it often floats in.
5 (a noted ambergris user), it can be found in its pure form; a waxy substance latched onto the intestinal walls of sperm whales. The formation of.
Ambergris is only produced by the sperm whale or pygmy sperm whale. Sperm whales are the largest of the toothed whales and primarily feed.
Ambergris, a solid waxy substance originating in the intestine of the sperm whale (Physeter catodon). In Eastern cultures ambergris is used for medicines and.
Ever heard of ambergris? A pile of whale vomit might not sound very appealing, but a beachgoer in the UK is about to become a whole lot.