BHUBANESWAR: The body of a big whale washed up on a beach at Brahmagiri, about 30 km from Puri, on Sunday.
First off. There is no picture of said whale (they have a picture in the article 'for representation') so I'm not sure how the Times of India can look themselves in the mirror in the morning. If you write up a story about a beached whale and don't include a picture of the beached whale then why even write the fucking article? You sent people out there to look at it. They found injury marks on the whale. Why did those people not have a camera on them? Get your shit together Times of India.
They suspect the whale died days before it got to shore. They are doing an autopsy to find out how it died. That seems like a HUGE waste of India's money and time. Hey you want to give this village working toilets or should we find out how his whale died?
As for the grade it's not pretty. There's just so much this whale did wrong. It beached intself on a lesser-known beach. A good whale beaches itself on a public beach in broad day light. This whale snuck onto some random beach and got chewed on by stray dogs. Horrible location choice.
The only reason the grade isn't an F is because it's a decent sized whale. 42 feet long ain't no joke. That's four basketball hoops high. (imagination if whales could stand up vertically!).
Beached Whale Grade = D-
Times of India Grade = F
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