"Monster worm" found in Vietnam

Paul held himself apart from the humor, his attention focused on the projection and the question that filled his mind: "Thufir, are there sandworms big enough to swallow that whole?"

Silence settled on the table. The Duke cursed under his breath, then thought: No—they have to face the realities here.

"There’re worms in the deep desert could take this entire factory in one gulp," Thufir said.

What the hell is this monster found in Vietnam? [Rocket News - Video Link]

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  1. angusm says:

    I'll take "dead whale", with a side bet on "viral marketing for a new videogame".

  2. Its a juvenile blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus). The positioning of the dorsal fin, the pectoral fins and the baleen underneath the jaw pretty much confirms it.

  3. The question is "how did a whale tunnel so far inland?"

  4. Felton says:

    The article doesn't even mention the bowl of petunias found next to it.

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