White Whale (disambiguation)

White Whale (disambiguation)

The term White Whale has several meanings.

* For whales, see Beluga or Narwhal or Sperm Whale.
* For the white humpback whale that frequents the Australian coastline, see Migaloo
* For the fictional motif of an albino whale (whose aggressiveness was inspired by a historical Sperm Whale; see: Essex), see "Moby-Dick", by Herman Melville.
* White Whale (band) is a Rock and Roll band based in Lawrence, KS
* For the 2005 international money-laundering ring see Operation White Whale.
* For the defunct 1960s record label see White Whale Records.
* Great White Whale, the debut album of Secret and Whisper.

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