Vietnam’s biggest whale skeletons on display on Ly Son Island

Two whale skeletons dating back over 200 years were fully restored and put on display in 2020 at the historical site of Lang Tan in Dong An Vinh hamlet on Ly Son island district, Quang Ngai province.

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A whale backbone. (Photo: Vietnam+)
The large skull of a whale. (Photo: Vietnam+)
With curved shapes resembling two whales swimming, the skeletons are over 22 metres and 18 metres in length, respectively. (Photo: Vietnam+)
The skeletons are a fascinating attraction for tourists visiting Ly Son Island. (Photo: Vietnam+)
The right ribcage extends to near the tail of the whale. (Photo: Vietnam+)

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