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Jun 27, 2022

[Answer] 2. I am a famous English explorer and privateer - and a male bird. What is my surname?

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...1. Hawk 2. Drake 3. Condor 4. Cob Francis Drake (1540-1596) was an English sea captain, slave-trader, pirate and politician who lived during the reign of Elizabeth I. She awarded him a knighthood in 1581. As well as his sailing exploits, he also became a member of parliament. How appropriate that a pirate should become a politician. He headed the first circumnavigation of the globe by the English from 1577 to 1588, and was also second in command of the English fleet that battled the Spanish Armada in 1588. He died of dysentery while on another overseas expedition and, dressed in full armour, was buried in a lead coffin at sea somewhere near Panama. People still search for his coffin, but it's proving as elusive as the fine sailor himself. A drake is a male duck and there isn't much else to say about that but "Quack, quack!".




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Drake:


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