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Synonyms for narwhal

small Arctic whale the male having a long spiral ivory tusk

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At last, one morning, the propeller was quiet, and the Narwhal was pervaded with an atmosphere of excitement.
"Populations of belugas, narwhals, walruses, seals, polar bears and thousands of other species who depend on year-round sea ice to survive are now migrating, dwindling, or in some cases, disappearing," Trudeau said during a visit to Iqaluit, in the eastern territory of Nunavut.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of researchers has compiled the first and only evidence that narwhals and beluga whales can breed successfully.
After coming out at age fourteen, he has been concentrating on tending plants at his part-time job, drawing narwhals, and avoiding foster sister Daphne's aggressive tactics to simultaneously help his love life and get him ready for the SAT.
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But the measure could be extended to include hippos, walruses and narwhals, a whale with a large tusk.
Some of Marina Rees' small sculptures of whales, orcas, dolphins and narwhals made out of bio-plastic and volcanic sand from Iceland
The story finishes with Papa Unicorn swimming off with a mermaid and beginning a new life up North, where he helped raise a family of narwhals. "Fred the Beavercorn" is a delightful fantasy with a few groundings in reality which helps young children age 2-3 and up to understand concepts of duty and responsibility, compatible differences and being true to your dreams.
Narwhals are found almost exclusively in the waters of Nunavut and western Greenland (Richard, 2001).
They'll encounter walruses and narwhals, and must dodge falling ice.
The unicorns of the sea, also known as narwhals, are majestic and graceful ocean-dwellers that have captured the love of the world.
Narwhals can't choose whether to freeze or flee after being caught in human hunting nets - and that reaction can put them in grave danger, according to a study of the marine mammals.
Narwhals are already among the more unusual creatures on Earth, what with being not just a marine mammal but with the long unicorn-like tusk that the males sport.