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The year 1866 is an important time in nautical history It is the year that the world was first terrified by an amazing ocean going monster the Nautilus During that year several ships had met with this thing a long slender object far greater in size than any creature known to man After numerous sightings and the pass of many months the monster began attacking any vessel that drew near This alarmed all the worlds nations and the United States decided that they would send out the Abraham Lincoln to defeat the monster and once again bring peace to all the seasFor the expedition the best men in the oceanic fields of study were invited to join the crew for the duration of the journey Included in this group was Monsieur Aronnax of the Paris Museum and Ned Land a world renowned harpooner Monsieur Aronnax had written a two-volume work called Mysteries of the Ocean Depths His work was especially well received by scientists making him a specialist in that field With him he brought his trusted servant of ten years Conseil Besides being Monsieurs loyal servant Conseil was an extremely bright classifier He took great joy in this and was sometimes a great help to his master when identifying different creatures Ned had an excellent shot with his harpoon one so good that his name was known by fisherman around the world The frigate travels from one ocean to the next for months without a sign of the wretched creature Then on the night of November 5 the Ned spotted a bright glow emanating from just below the waters surface Reports stated that at times the monster tended to glow so the frigate took pursuit For a day and two nights the Abraham Lincoln chased the monster through the waters of the northern Pacific As the creature let the frigate draw near the Abraham Lincoln began firing its cannons at the monster but the
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