An 8-year-old boy made an improbable discovery walking on a beach in Great Britain, stumbling onto a large chunk of whale vomit.
And while that may sound disgusting, whale vomit is also very rare. It's worth up to $10,000 a pound.
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Charlie Naysmith told the Daily Echo newspaper that the vomit, known as ambergris, looked like a large yellowish beige rock with a waxy finish when he spotted it at Hengistbury Head.
Ambergris is a waxy substance that forms in the intestinal tracts of sperm whales and is expelled into the ocean.
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It's in high demand with perfume makers because it can be used to prolong a perfume's scent, according to CBS News.
A pound of it sells for as much as $10,000.
Naysmith's 600-gram piece of cetacean upchuck could be worth as much as $63,000, his father, Alex Naysmith, told the Daily Echo are still researching the product.
Charlie is considering using the money to open an animal shelter, his father said.