WHALE OF SCIENCE MUSEUM OF YEBENES
By Ramon Garoz
It was once one 28 June 1832 when two sailors caught a whale ninety feet (Balaenoptera muscudus) in the Gulf of Rosa. She was sold to the science museum in the amount of 1.000 pesetas. Don Mariano de La Paz identified Graells to be armed and forth in comparative anatomy room with three other.
Years passed and they were stored, rigorously ordered and laziness or lack of space were not armed. There is no document that why arm them exposed. Mr. Graells died and those bones like he fell asleep.
They followed each lot in Spain, to a civil war, years in which great teachers marched through the museum. Nobody knows the reason why these skeletons are not mounted ...