Thailand: While walking near her beach house in Thailand, a lady discovered whale vomit worth £190,000. On February 23, a lady called Siriporn Niamrin spotted a strange-looking object while walking at the beach.
After analyzing the vast mass, Siriporn thought it could be valuable something.
She took it home with her and informed her neighbours about the mass. She found that the interesting mass was indeed whale vomit, also known as Ambergris, at that moment. Ambergris is a key component in the production of fragrances and perfumes.
Siriporn used a spark to melt and then harden the 12-inch-wide and 24-inch-long mass to ensure its legitimacy.
Sperm whales contain ambergris, which is also known as “floating gold” and “water treasure.” It hardens and floats on the water’s surface. Ambergris has a foul odour, but when dried, it produces a sweet smell that is used in the large perfume industry.
The perfumes manufactured by it are highly expensive in the market value.
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