Whales can explode. It recently happened in California, exactly near Tomales Bay. This happens when the carcasses of these creatures swell due to the decomposition processes that occur within their body.
The cases of “whale explosions” are famous all over the world. In Taiwan, for example, the carcass of a 60-ton sperm whale, which was headed for a research facility for an autopsy, it exploded on a busy street… leaving a lasting memory to all those who were nearby and witnessed the macabre explosion.
Another famous case, this time a couple of decades ago, was that of the 1970 Oregon Explosive Whale. Here, the lifeless body of an 8,000-kilogram whale is done. blow up with 20 crates of dynamite. Needless to say, the choice was really wrong, and the animal’s debris arrived on the road, in the cars and in the nearby buildings.
You can find the video of the event recently right above. The carcasses of these creatures don’t always explode, many times provide food for numerous marine animals, such as these sharks that feed on the remains of a deceased whale. Other times, however, there are real “absurd” cases related to these creatures, such as the whale found dead in the middle of the jungle.