Photo: Syndicated on behalf of the Morecambe Visitor
 
 This may look like a piece of dirty yellow rock to you – but it could be worth £100,000 to a thrilled Morecambe man.
 Ken Wilman was stunned to learn that the unusual ‘stone’ his dog uncovered on Morecambe beach is believed to be a piece of rare and valuable whale vomit.
 
 CAPTION Ken Wilman and dog Madge who found a lump of rare whale vomit or 'ambergris' on Morecambe beach
 Pic from MEN Syndication
 
 Mitchell Henry House
 Hollinwood Avenue
 Chadderton
 Oldham
 OL9 8EF
 syndication@men-news.co.uk
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Syndicated on behalf of the Morecambe Visitor This may look like a piece of dirty yellow rock to you – but it could be worth £100,000 to a thrilled Morecambe man. Ken Wilman was stunned to learn that the unusual ‘stone’ his dog uncovered on Morecambe beach is believed to be a piece of rare and valuable whale vomit. CAPTION Ken Wilman and dog Madge who found a lump of rare whale vomit or 'ambergris' on Morecambe beach Pic from MEN Syndication Mitchell Henry House Hollinwood Avenue Chadderton Oldham OL9 8EF syndication@men-news.co.uk
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