By Nancy Hahn

Nancy Hahn's kid's booklet "One misplaced Boy", telling the existence tale of Bol Malual. it's the first kid's e-book to deal with the tale of the misplaced Boys of Sudan.

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One Lost Boy

Nancy Hahn's kid's ebook "One misplaced Boy", telling the lifestyles tale of Bol Malual. it's the first kid's e-book to handle the tale of the misplaced Boys of Sudan.

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Heuvelmans points out that the relative proportions of the body parts in Magnus’s monsters are close to those of the giant squid, which leads him to believe that Magnus may have taken these measurements from an actual specimen that washed up on some Scandinavian beach. The fact that no giant squid body parts anywhere near these sizes have ever been found, however, suggests that the archbishop’s factual measurements were seasoned with a bit of fancy (either his own or that of his sources of information: the fishermen who plied the waters of the North Sea).

The beast was so heavy, however, that the rope cut right through the flesh of the mantle, and only the tail tip and fins were salvaged. This meager remnant of the squid was sent, along with an incident report written by the Alecton’s commanding officer, to the French Academy of Science. The report was read at an academy meeting. Some scientists suggested that the tail piece belonged to an exceptionally large specimen of a common species of small squid, and that was pretty much the end of the matter until the 1870s.

The animal was so heavy that the rope used to lasso it cut right through the squid’s mantle as it was hoisted out of the water. Only the tip of the tail made it on to the boat. ) Progress in the study of the real-life Kraken got off to a slow start. Following the naming of the giant squid in 1856, five years passed before any more useful Kraken evidence fell into the hands of scientists. When it did, the still somewhat skeptical scientific community made little use of it. In 1861, the French warship Alecton encountered a floating Kraken in the Canary Islands, a few hundred miles off the western coast of the African nation of Morocco.

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