“We'll be catching bonita and dolphin, and spearing porpoises from the bowsprit.”
“We'll be catching bonito and dolphin, and spearing porpoises from the bowsprit.”
“Since the IWC doesn't regulate small cetaceans, such as porpoises and dolphins, the international body has no recourse to take to stop the slaughter in Taiji.”
“Not far from Malbaie, he saw the so-called "porpoises," or white whales, (beluga, French, _marsouin_) that still disport themselves in great numbers in these waters, come puffing to the surface and writhe their whole length into view like miniature sea-serpents.”
“He was a leading merchant at Quebec and was interested in the fishing for "porpoises" or white whales.”
“Ere I reached the deck, I heard the word "porpoises" uttered in a loud key by one of the sailors, which explained the cause of the excitement.”
“I think it more probable that they are driven from the coasts near the river by the numerous enemies they encounter there, such as porpoises and seals, which devour them in great quantities.”
“The mermaids, dear creatures, had to be escorted home, but they felt safe, for their mermen brothers and daddies were so fierce that, except sharks, even the larger fish, such as porpoises and dolphins were afraid to come near them.”
“Then the river was full of fish: some went fishing for their livelihood: some for amusement: salmon were plentiful and great fish such as porpoises sometimes found their way above Bridge.”
“Even varied by glimpses of the Mexican coast, the occasional appearance of a whale with its column of water thrown high into the air, and the sportive action of schools of porpoises which is constantly met with, the passage was slightly monotonous.”
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