Traveler’s Observations of Pacific Sea Life

In the late 1800s, Americans who sailed to the Pacific Islands noticed many things in the ocean. Some creatures reminded them of the wolves, prairie dogs or antelope they saw on the Great Plains. Some of the travelers soon considered the creatures their friends or admired the inhabitants for their shapes and colors. Others studied them scientifically. Their observations enlivened the five-day to five-week journey and made it more pleasurable.

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