#LIVE: Casey Lund is live on Sand Island, where the carcass of a massive sperm w…


#LIVE: Casey Lund is live on Sand Island, where the carcass of a massive sperm whale has washed ashore.

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  1. Aloha from the Big Island 😬

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  2. That’s just gotta smell really bad !

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  3. Hope is not a strategy! Hoping it would drift out to sea? 🙄

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  4. Hopefully they find out what happened to it.

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  5. So sad to see such a Beautiful creature gone!!!!

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  6. Jason bro! You were just there!

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  7. The sharks are definitely still lurking around.

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  8. No lifeguard on duty 😂 too bad don’t tell me how to live my life😂😂🤙🏼🤙🏼🌺

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  9. Might need help to move it so you don’t get to many unwanted visitors to it

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  10. Decaying whales and sea turtles, with all their fats and oils, are probably the worst and most lasting stenches of anything.

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  11. Pre caution avoid swimming this time

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  12. Where are all the sharks everyone’s talking about

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  13. Could some one please tell me why we care?

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  14. Whales die naturally and wash up sometimes , lucky it didn’t wash up in kuhio beach

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  15. Joyce no. Its alive bulleh 🤷‍♀️🙄

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  16. What kind of creature is this?

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  17. Can someone please close his beautiful little eye 😭

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  18. This over – whale- ming. Ok sorry … not sorry 🙂

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  19. Im gonna sex that whale. Bet its soft and mushy 😍😘

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  20. Do a search on the Internet for “blowing up a dead whale” to see what happens when that disposal method is used!

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  21. Is that Marine Biologist George Costanza? 🙂

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  22. Diamond head in the background.

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  23. Ok, legitimate question time..what do they do in a case like this? Let nature take its course? Or bring it back out to sea..how do you dispose of something that large

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  24. Guess I’m not fishing that area tomorrow

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  25. Not even let Hawaiian harvest. We gotta let them root and be a health concerns.

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  26. Quiana what?! No be shame 🤷‍♀️😘

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  27. Ewwww.. the scent.. I can’t imagine!

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  28. That’s some bomb sushi bro ono grinds right there

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