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Google maps shows an incorrect location for this exhibit, which is one of about 6 dotted around the island. It has a small information board next to it. Once we knew where it was it was actually possible to see it from the deck of...More
Since our last visit to Fuerteventura they have put up quite a few of these skeletons around the island. They are all in dramatic places with nice easy walks. Information boards give you lots of interesting facts about whales found in this area.
One of a number of whale skeletons on Fuerteventura that you can view for free, each has a bit of information on the whale and how it came to be exhibited. Great to get an idea of size - visit the one at the salt...More
On our bus tour of the island , we stopped at the Salt Museum where we saw this beautiful exhibition of a whale skeleton right beside the sea . Our guide told us that there were many spread over different spots on the island !
The skeleton of this Cuvier’s Beaked Whale (Ziphius cavirostris) or Zifio de Cuvier in Spanish forms part of a great free-for-all open-air museum initiative by the Fuerteventura Local Government (Cabildo de Fuerteventura) that aims to exhibit unique whale skeleton all over the island on the...More