Further on is what is called a sea-cow, a great fat beast weighing an enormous amount, which floated in the sea.
Squier and Davis, who first figured it, supposed it to represent a manatee, or sea-cow.
You remain behind unnoticed, and when you hear me shout you will know that we have arrived safely at the sea-cow pool.
I wonder if Bob has any idea of the size of a manatee or sea-cow?
The rush went by me; indeed, I killed one sea-cow so close that the powder from the rifle actually burned its hide.
It was named from the sea-cow, which was found there, and used as an article of food.
There is evidence, however, that a sea-cow had been seen at the island still later.
They also kill the porpoise and sea-cow with harpoons, but this inferior game is not interdicted the lower class.
When the sea-cow lifted its nose out of water, for air, it was hit or splashed by a chunk.
A heavy paw was passed through the hole, and the sea-cow was killed in an instant.
Milk, esp canned milk (WWII Navy)