He did so, but he said that they were not whales; they were porpoises.
A number of porpoises, some of the older attended by their young.
We may begin by again taking the case of the whales and porpoises.
That didn't seem to little Jacob to be enough to say about the porpoises.
Great numbers of blackfish and porpoises abound in this vicinity.
But sharks and porpoises are too small to have made this eddying.
The porpoises know it also; they have a way of biting the cuttle-fish which decapitates it.
The second is that of the whales and dolphins and porpoises.
And the porpoises, too, make an enormous destruction of them.
They fall victims, in their turn, to the vengeful jaws of the porpoises and dolphins.