Original figure of specime stranded on Holderness coast in 1825; its skeleton is reported to be in the possession of Sir Clifford Constable and was later described by Beale (Nat. Hist. Sperm Whale, 1839, q.v.).
Redman, N. (2014). Whales' Bones of France, Southern Europe, Middle East and North Africa. Teddington, England, Redman Publishing. p. 42; Lloze, R. and D. Mary (1999). "Les Cétaces du Muséum de Perpignan." Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Perpignan, Annales, 9:1-41. p. 20
Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina, United States, North America, North Atlantic Ocean
6 Apr 1928
Mounted Baleen and Sperm Whale Skeletons - Compiled by T.W. French - Last updated 2012: North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC - 55 foot Sperm Whale skeleton named Trouble. It washed ashore on Wrightsville Beach, NC in 1928. The skeleton was assembled by the museums founder, H. H. Brimley, and has been on display since 1930. It has been used in the museums logo. It was re-mounted in 1999 and moved into the museums new building.