I've been trying to find this out on Google, but so far no convincing answers. How does someone die when a whale swallows him/her. Is the stomach acid responsible for killing (if yes, which acid and how long does it take)? Or, is the person crushed by the whales' organs or is it something else? -- Just Curious.
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