The Real “Moby Dick” Whale Demolished Whaling Ships For 28 Years

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The Real “Moby Dick” Whale Demolished Whaling Ships For 28 Years

We are sure you have all heard the famous story Moby Dick by American writer Herman Melville, the massive white sperm whale that wreaks havoc on whalers. Well, what you might be surprised to find out is that there is some truth to this tale. Mocha Dick or The White Whale Of the Pacific, was…...

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