NY Daily News
Charlie Naysmith, 8, with the piece of ambergris that he found on the beach at Hengistbury Head near Bournemouth, England. Ambergris is the polite term for whale vomit, and this sizable chunk could be worth thousands to perfumers (outside the U.S.).
Charlie Naysmith , an 8-year-old boy, discovered a mysterious chunk of matter resembling a rock on the Hengistbury Head beach near Bournemouth in the United Kingdom. Unlike the common rock, however, the waxy, sweet-smelling material Naysmith found is...
Mail Online UK
Charlie Naysmith, 8, discovered the 600 grams solid piece of sick after taking a stroll along Hengistbury Head, near Bournemouth. He came across a big chunk that looked like a yellowish beige rock with a waxy finish and picked it up, according to the...
International Business Times
Whale vomit will lead to a filthy fortune for an 8-year-old English boy after the piece of ambergris he discovered is estimated to be worth more than $60,000. Ambergris is hardened vomit from the intestines of sperm whales that is emptied into the...
Each week in "Apparently This Matters," CNN's Jarrett Bellini applies his warped sensibilities to trending topics in social media and random items of interest on the interwebs. (CNN) -- Without question, the most valuable thing I've ever just found...