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David doesn't want to be cut open after dying, but those measures must be taken to detect scurvy. Blanky and Crozier worry as they look out and see pack ice on the horizon.
On Terror, the ship dog Neptune barks at something in the distance. Goodsir wonders how David hallucinated without a fever. The next morning, Collins dives below Erebus and dislodges a chunk of ice stuck in the propeller.
The hunter points to Crozier and says Crozier’s crew was in terrible shape and being pursued by the “Tuunbaq.” The translator is unfamiliar with the term, which the hunter describes as "the thing that eats on two legs and on four." The hunter passes on a warning for future crews not to pursue a passage through the Arctic. Dead and gone.” In September of 1846, four years earlier, Capt.
The men are in awe except for Crozier, who doesn't hide his annoyance."Well, he can praise your loyalty as he buries you," Dr. In a flashback, Crozier remembers attending an opera performance where an expedition manned by Ross and himself was depicted on stage.Franklin cheers Crozier and Ross on as they’re honored and is encouraged by his own wife to stand for applause as well. Henry Goodsir, assistant surgeon, watches over David in the sick bay.Crozier, Franklin and Fitzjames fear David has scurvy. Alexander Mac Donald says he didn’t detect any signs of it, but he can't rule it out.