This  photo of Capt. William B. Gray handing a mackerel to Carolina Snowball, was published in Gray's book "Porpoise Tales," in which he recounted the capture of numerous porpoises for the Seaquarium in Miami,  including Snowball, the albino dolphin captured in 1962 near St. Helena Sound.
This photo of Capt. William B. Gray handing a mackerel to Carolina Snowball, was published in Gray's book "Porpoise Tales," in which he recounted the capture of numerous porpoises for the Seaquarium in Miami, including Snowball, the albino dolphin captured in 1962 near St. Helena Sound. From "Porpoise Tales"
This photo of Capt. William B. Gray handing a mackerel to Carolina Snowball, was published in Gray's book "Porpoise Tales," in which he recounted the capture of numerous porpoises for the Seaquarium in Miami, including Snowball, the albino dolphin captured in 1962 near St. Helena Sound. From "Porpoise Tales"

Replica of Snowball, Beaufort's legendary albino dolphin, is looking for a home

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