Trout River blue whale carcass on the move
The Trout River Blue Whale carcass has arrived in Winter House Brook. Gary Moore/CBC
Follow the progress as Royal Ontario Museum staff moving the remains of a blue whale stranded on a beach in Trout River.
We've set up this Storify to keep track of the whale's progress via Twitter.
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