Does Moby Dick Die?

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Moby-Dick does not die at the end. Ahab and most of the crew, however, do not survive. Moby Dick lives, at least in the novel, so I would also say he lives in the film. At the end of the book, Ahab has the chance to throw only one harpoon into Moby Dick, and it is the line from that harpoon, as it runs out, that catches Ahab around the neck, and at that point the whale just disappears.
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