A fascinating story of the time when the mainly aboriginal whalemen hunted baleen whales in rowing boats supported by groups of killer whales. The only recorded story in the world of how man and killer whales worked together to kill the whales - the reward for the killer whales was the 4 tonne tongue of the baleen whale, which gives you an idea of how big they were. I went in the museum without any expectation and was entralled, including the skeleton of "Old Tom", one of the Killer Whales. If you are passing through, take an hour to go and visit the museum, I am sure you won't be disappointed.
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