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The carcass of a giant blue whale that's been submerged off the Oregon coast for more than three years is being hauled the surface so it can be reassembled and then studied and put on public display Oregon State University says the dead whale washed ashore near gold beach Oregon in twenty fifteen it's extremely rare for a blue well to wash ashore intact the creatures can be like that two school buses scientists removed fifty eight ones and it's flush them place the bones in the water off Newport Oregon so scavengers pick them clean the university says the three hundred sixty five bones were brought back to land Thursday including some eight foot long