See my blog post.
The jawbones are the most astonishing thing about this whale.
From a preview at UBC's new Beaty Biodiversity Museum, which officially opens in fall 2010.
The blue whale skeleton is the real bones, not casts. The 26-metre-long female washed up dead on Prince Edward Island in 1987, but it took 20 years before UBC's team started prepping it for display. It's finally ready.