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Tag: arctic species

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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 things you didn’t know about Atlantic walrus

How much do you know about the tusked giants that live along Canada’s northern shores? Here are five amazing facts about Atlantic walruses, including how you can help them: Walruses are benthic foragers, which... Read More
How much do you know about the tusked giants that live along Canada’s northern shores? Here are five amazing...
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Up close and personal with belugas in Churchill!

Did you know belugas are sometimes called "canaries of the sea"? Find out why and learn how you can experience the beauty of belugas in the wild with WWF. Read More
Did you know belugas are sometimes called "canaries of the sea"? Find out why and learn how you can...
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Nunavut Land Use Plan enters final phase with critical protections on the line

Proposed wildlife protections and industrial development opportunities will set the territory’s environmental and economic future Toronto, July 08, 2021  — WWF-Canada applauds today’s release of the revised 2021 Nunavut Land Use Plan by the... Read More
Proposed wildlife protections and industrial development opportunities will set the territory’s environmental and economic future Toronto, July 08, 2021 ...
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