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ISLAMABAD -- Narwhal won the Whales Cricket Extravaganza Cricket Cup 2018 after thrashing ORCA XI by 8 wickets in the final played at IBA University Ground Karachi.
TUSK TALE: A narwhal wielding its broken tusk as it catches a breath.
95, HC, 24pp) preschool and kindergarten students will learn about how narwhal raise their young in the cold Arctic ocean, what they eat, and where they can be found, along with other interesting information, like the fact that a narwhals long tusk is actually a tooth
The bill prohibits the sale, offer for sale, purchase, trade, possession with intent to sell, or barter for any part or product of any species of elephant, mammoth, rhinoceros, tiger, great ape, shark and ray, sea turtle, walrus, narwhal, whale, hippopotamus, monk seal, lion, pangolin, cheetah, jaguar, and leopard, all identified as threatened with extinction by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and the Endangered Species Act.
Non-fiction | Arctic Animals I Narwhal | Animal Behaviours | Animal Biology
A novel approach to discern narwhal (Monodon monoceros) clicks from beluga (Delphinapterus leucas) clicks was implemented during the verification process.
An international team of researchers set up 16 underwater microphones to eavesdrop on narwhal click vocalizations at 11 pack ice sites in Greenland's Baffin Bay in 2013.
In her linoleum block prints, illustrator Taeeun Yoo brings it all to life with great warmth and a delightful cast of creatures, from a narwhal in a small fishbowl to a penguin on a leash.
A narwhal tusk forms the shaft of the Heritage Mace.
I can personally attribute much of my success to the foundation provided during my first tour aboard USS Narwhal (SSN 671) by the Chief of the Boat.
Ivory here is any animal tooth large enough for manufacturing: narwhal, orca, walrus, pig tusks, hippo, elephant, mammoth, and mastodon.
Based on the acclaimed National Film Board of Canada animated short, Lumaajuuq, The Blind Boy & the Loon is a beautiful retelling of a traditional Inuit story that explains the origin of the narwhal and cautions listeners against the dangers of seeking revenge.
As soon as we caught up with the narwhal, to our great surprise, they harpooned it.
Some 12,000 kilometres away in Greenland, the Inuit people hunt narwhal by hand.
From the iconic polar bear and elusive narwhal to the tiny Arctic flowers and lichens that paint the tundra in the summer months, the Arctic is home to a diversity of highly adapted animal, plant, fungal and microbial species.
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