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Narwhal - Wikipedia

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The narwhal, or narwhale (Monodon monoceros), is a medium-sized toothed whale that possesses a large "tusk" from a protruding canine tooth. It lives ...

Narwhals, Narwhal Pictures, Narwhal Facts - National Geographic

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Learn all you wanted to know about narwhals with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

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Narwhal | Basic Facts About Narwhals | Defenders of Wildlife

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The "unicorn of the ocean," the narwhal (Monodon monoceros) is one of the rarest whales in the world. Narwhals are very elusive and mysterious in nature, and ...

Narwhal videos, photos and facts - Monodon monoceros | ARKive

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Learn more about the Narwhal - with amazing Narwhal videos, photos and facts on ARKive.

Narwhals : animated music video : MrWeebl – Weebls Stuff

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NOAA Ocean Explorer: Tracking Narwhals in Greenland: Biology

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The narwhal is called Monodon monoceros in the scientific nomenclature, which means “one tooth, one horn”. Narwhals have a black and white mottled skin ...

Narwhals, Monodon monoceros ~ MarineBio.org

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Find out what's known about Narwhals, Monodon monoceros, Mammalia, Cetacea, Monodontidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding behaviors, ...

Narwhal - Earthjustice

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The strange-looking narwhal is uniquely suited to life in the Arctic, feeding on flatfish and other prey at depths of up to 1500 meters under pack ice. Its famous ...

The Narwhal Tusk - How Narwhals Work | HowStuffWorks

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The narwhal's tusk isn't unique at first glance. Elephants, rhinos and walruses all have these long, protruding teeth. But this one is different from any other tooth ...

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Unicorn of the Sea: Narwhal Facts | Stories | WWF

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Often dubbed the unicorns of the sea, narwhals are strange and beautiful creatures with long tusks protruding from their heads. Check out some common ...

Narwhal Facts | Unicorn Whales - Animal Fact Guide

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Narwhals are mid-sized whales living in the cold waters of the Arctic Circle near northern Canada and Greenland. They grow between 4 and 6 m (12-20 ft.) ...

Narwhal | American Cetacean Society

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The narwhal is a medium-size odontocete, or toothed whale. Some people think that its long, spiral tusk is the source of the myth of the unicorn. It has a thick ...