Decoding the morse: the history of sixteenth-century narcoleptic walruses

"To the far north, on the coast of Norway, there lives a mighty creature, as big as an elephant, called the walrus or 'morse', perhaps so named for its sharp bite; for if it glimpses a man on the seashore and can catch him, it jumps on him swiftly, rends him with its teeth, and kills him in an instant"


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