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Q: What kind of animal does Aronnax deduce is harming ships? a narwhal that is sixty feet long a narwhal, but ten times larger than any previously known
A: a.a narwhal that is sixty feet long
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User: What kind of animal does Aronnax deduce is harming ships? a narwhal that is sixty feet long a narwhal, but ten times larger than any previously known

Weegy: a.a narwhal that is sixty feet long
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