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Nov 3, 2022

[Answer] 1. In Herman Melville's 1851 novel "Moby-Dick", Captain Ahab and Ishmael were sailing on their ship, the Pequod, to pursue the villainous Moby Dick. What type of animal was Moby Dick?

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...1. Kraken 2. Human 3. Whale 4. Shark Moby Dick was a ferocious and enigmatic white sperm whale. Captain Ahab had once encountered Moby Dick. The captain's boat was destroyed and his leg was bitten off by the whale. Captain Ahab was hunting down Moby Dick to seek revenge.




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Whale:


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