Thursday, June 03, 2010

Rotting blackfish gets last rites

sea creatures were spiritual guardians of the people of the land

The locals read the tea-leaves on a beached Orcinus orcus carcass.
Because of the whale's connection to the people of the land, it must be buried with its ancestors

Absolute bollocks. Nothing more, nothing less, it is a stinking rotting blackfish to be disposed of like any other on the beach. End of myth.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Science gets trumped by Maori bullshit.
Maybe they buried it at their own expense so at least we don't fork out.