The adventures of John Storm and the Elizabeth Swann. John Storm is an ocean adventurer and conservationist. The Elizabeth Swann is a fast solar powered boat. During a race around the world, news of the sinking of a pirate whaling ship reaches John Storm and his mate Dan Hawk. They decide to abandon the race and try and save the whale. This is a modern Moby Dick, the twist being that there is a happy ending for everyone, even the whalers. Herman Melville would approve. This is a modern Moby Dick, the twist being that there is a happy ending for everyone featuring this $Billion Dollar Whale, even the whalers. Herman Melville would approve.
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In this chapter, John and Dan run some basic tests on Kulo Luna and discover that apart from her back injury, she is not well.
They think she has been poisoned. Baleen whales swallow their food whole and this giant whale has been swimming through plastic, ending with entanglement in the nets when they found her.
With their imaginations running wild, they recall stories of beached animals found dead with large quantities of plastic in their stomachs.
For this scene, aim for2 pages (sides) and 5 illustrations, suggested as:
1.View from behind Dan and John, leaning on the aft handrail looking at Kulo Luna in the sea with her tail in the air.
2. Kulo Luna spraying a spout of water and air from her blowhole, and Dan and John reeling from the smell of her breath.
3. Kulo close to the aft of the Elizabeth Swan, her mouth open - when John can see plastic bags stuck in her baleen plates.
4. John looking worried, asking Dan what he knows about plastic waste.
5. Dan exclaiming to John: "She could have a blocked digestive system." [Caption: "They needed medical assistance right away."]
These headings are only to guide you - some of the person to person pictures can be smaller (6 to a page size or insets) - to help you to plan your layout if you fancy illustrating this Scene.
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