Amber was vomited by a huge whale, turning a fisherman into...

Amber was vomited by a huge whale, turning a fisherman into...
Amber was vomited by a huge whale, turning a fisherman into...

There are seldom ways to become a millionaire in the blink of an eye, but a poor Thai fisherman proves that anything is possible when it comes to money.

The discovery of ambergris in the vomit of a whale turned the man’s confusion upside down, and made him a millionaire overnight.

In the details, a Thai fisherman named Narong Pecharat found 30 kilograms of ambergris in whale vomit on Surathani Beach, with an estimated value of about one million dollars.

“sperm whales”

Narong explained that when he returned from a fishing trip, he saw what looked like a sticky cream-colored substance floating on the shore. So he hurried to check whether the substance was in fact the vomit of the legendary whale and of super value that many fishermen can only dream of finding, according to local news sites.

The amber found in whale vomit, also known as “Amber of the Sea”, is a staple in perfumery, and thus the substance is highly sought after by manufacturers.

It is noteworthy that fishermen used to search for sperm whales in order to obtain vomit, until the entry into force of whale protection laws.

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