The amount of contaminants in the meat of sea mammals is also low, but the level of contamination in the blubber of seals and whales is high.
Prior to kerosene lamps, most lamps consisted of whale blubber .
In other words, there's more to whales and sharks than blubber and dorsal fins; and the sooner we acknowledge this, the longer we may last in the evolutionary game of snakes-and-ladders.
He was trying to tell me all you get to eat in Japan is raw fish and whale blubber for every meal.
They are knee-deep in gelid gray water, with food and clothing, skinned seagulls and whale blubber , sheepskins and oilskins - the ancient flotsam of death at sea - sloshing about them.
Yes I am losing my blubber , but I have tonnes of it left to lose.
There are so many celebrities/non-celebrities that are willing to pay lots of money to have the plastic surgeon to give them that blubber lips.
In the 19th century it became an important port of call for ships, whose crews also picked up whale blubber and seal skins there.
Fish oil supplements are derived from a variety of sources, including mackerel, herring, tuna, salmon, cod liver, halibut, whale blubber and seal blubber .
The name was coined by whalers, who considered the species the ‘right’ whale to hunt because its blubber makes dead whales float, aiding recovery of the carcass.