Tag: narwhals

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Two narwhal crossing tusks at sunset near Baffin Island, Nunavut

Growing up with narwhal

“I was nine-years-old when I saw my first narwhal,” Max Kalluk, now 33, tells Brandon Laforest, WWF-Canada’s Arctic species specialist. It wasn’t just one, though. “Hundreds of pods of narwhal came to town,” he... Read More
“I was nine-years-old when I saw my first narwhal,” Max Kalluk, now 33, tells Brandon Laforest, WWF-Canada’s Arctic species...
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5 wild stories from 2018

This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals that captured our collective attention at times when we seemed to need it most. Here’s... Read More
This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals...
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Narwhal Camp: Polar bears, bowhead whales and giant gulls

WWF biologists Tom Arnbom and Melanie Lancaster share their observations from Narwhal Camp in Tallurutiup Imanga in Canada’s Arctic, where they and other scientists are working to uncover the secrets of the narwhal, unicorn... Read More
WWF biologists Tom Arnbom and Melanie Lancaster share their observations from Narwhal Camp in Tallurutiup Imanga in Canada’s Arctic,...
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Welcome to Narwhal Camp

WWF biologists at Narwhal Camp in Canada’s Arctic share observations from the field where, along with Department of Fisheries and Oceans researchers and others, they are gathering data about the mysterious tusked whales . Read More
WWF biologists at Narwhal Camp in Canada’s Arctic share observations from the field where, along with Department of Fisheries...
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Narwhals on the move

Narwhal are the stuff of legends and myths. But the threats they face are very real. Check out WWF’s tracking data to chart their migratory journey. Read More
Narwhal are the stuff of legends and myths. But the threats they face are very real. Check out WWF’s...
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Chasing narwhal: Top Arctic wildlife sightings

Last August, WWF’s Jacqueline Nunes joined a research expedition to Ellesmere Island to study narwhal, the “unicorns of the sea.” Read about her journey all throughout Polar Bear Week. Read More
Last August, WWF’s Jacqueline Nunes joined a research expedition to Ellesmere Island to study narwhal, the “unicorns of the...
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Chasing narwhal: What I learned in the Arctic

Last August, WWF’s Jacqueline Nunes joined a research expedition to Ellesmere Island to study narwhal, the “unicorns of the sea.” Read about her journey all throughout Polar Bear Week. Read More
Last August, WWF’s Jacqueline Nunes joined a research expedition to Ellesmere Island to study narwhal, the “unicorns of the...
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