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  • noun Plural form of narwhal.

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Examples

  • The area with the biggest losses also has sea ice shrinking faster than predicted, and species like polar bears and whales called narwhals are dependent on sea ice, the report said.

    U.S. News

  • The area with the biggest losses also has sea ice shrinking faster than predicted, and species like polar bears and whales called narwhals are dependent on sea ice, the report said.

    STLtoday.com Top News Headlines

  • The area with the biggest losses also has sea ice shrinking faster than predicted, and species like polar bears and whales called narwhals are dependent on sea ice, the report said.

    Zee News : India National

  • There is a splendid passage where he explains Worm's treasured unicorn horns as the spikes of narwhals – Worm has already worked out what a monster a horse would be which could support such a protrusion.

    From the Mouth of the Whale by Sjón - review

  • In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University of Washington, described tagging narwhals with satellite sensors that recorded ocean depths and temperatures during feeding dives from the surface pack ice to the seafloor, as deep as 1,773 meters, or more than a mile.

    Narwhals, 'Unicorn' Whales, Used By Scientists To Track Arctic Temperatures, Monitor Climate Change Effects

  • In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University of Washington, described tagging narwhals with satellite sensors that recorded ocean depths and temperatures during feeding dives from the surface pack ice to the seafloor, as deep as 1,773 meters, or more than a mile.

    Narwhals, 'Unicorn' Whales, Used By Scientists To Track Arctic Temperatures, Monitor Climate Change Effects

  • In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University of Washington, described tagging narwhals with satellite sensors that recorded ocean depths and temperatures during feeding dives from the surface pack ice to the seafloor, as deep as 1,773 meters, or more than a mile.

    Narwhals, 'Unicorn' Whales, Used By Scientists To Track Arctic Temperatures, Monitor Climate Change Effects

  • Paul Nicklen goes underwater in the polar regions to shoot narwhals, seals, penguins, walruses and, of course, polar bears.

    Charmed and Dangerous

  • In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University of Washington, described tagging narwhals with satellite sensors that recorded ocean depths and temperatures during feeding dives from the surface pack ice to the seafloor, as deep as 1,773 meters, or more than a mile.

    Narwhals, 'Unicorn' Whales, Used By Scientists To Track Arctic Temperatures, Monitor Climate Change Effects

  • In a paper just published in the Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, Steele and other researchers, led by Kristin Laidre, also of the University of Washington, described tagging narwhals with satellite sensors that recorded ocean depths and temperatures during feeding dives from the surface pack ice to the seafloor, as deep as 1,773 meters, or more than a mile.

    Narwhals, 'Unicorn' Whales, Used By Scientists To Track Arctic Temperatures, Monitor Climate Change Effects

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