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Vantage Press, New York. First Edition 1986. This is a fascinating yarn of whales that did not conform to normal behaviour. Around the world, killer whales are known for their ferocious attacks on other whales and, if provoked, men. Except at twofold Bay, that is. Here, in the only place where this amazing phenomenon occurred, the killer whales actually assisted the men who hunted whales, rounding up the whales, forcing them to the surface, alerting the men that a whale had been caught and guiding them to where it was being held. This held true, however, mainly in the case of the Davidson family, who were whalers in New South Wales for as long as anyone could remember. The locals insisted that the killers would help only the Davidson whalers and would, in fact, thwart any oppositions attempts at harpooning whales. 235 mm x 155 mm 247pp.