Coastal police officials said that it was handed over to the forest officials, who shifted the whale’s vomit to the Rajiv Gandhi Center for Biotechnology (RGCB) for examination. However, the price of a kg of whale vomit is in the market in crores of rupees. The price of this over 28 kg vomit given by the fishermen is likely to be more than Rs 28 crore. But this price is just an estimate. It seems that this price may be higher or lower.
Ambergris is also known as floating gold due to its value. Last year, the Kerala Police seized ambergris worth Rs 30 crore. In North Eastern countries it is used in medicines and spices. Used in high grade perfumes in the west. Its Vasala is very strong. Sometimes its smell is unbearable. But its demand in the international market is not all.
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