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The Narwhal

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Brenna Johnson

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of The Narwhal

Brainstorm
Life Cycle
Narwhal Diet
The Narwhal
Notes
Enemies
of Narwhal
Facts
About
Narwhal
spiral tusk
up to 8.8 ft
lifespan of
up to 50 years
13 to 20 ft
in length
carnivore
Monodon
monoceros
mammal
Inuit Hunters
Polar Bears
Walruses
Narwhal
Squid
Flatfish
Greenland
halibut
Narwhal
Lives in
Arctic coastal
waters
Endangered
Pale-colored and
countershaded
Narwhal
males: 8-9
years
females: 4-7
years
Biome of Narwhal - Tundra
Climate - Snowy
Lack of dorsal fin enables
them to swim beneath ice,
so predators can't harm them.
The skin color of the Narwhal
allows it to swim undetected.
The Narwhal is endangered
because people seek thier unusual,
rare tusks. People also use the oil
from the blubber as cooking
grease. Their skin is cooked
and served to feed Inuit families
and their sled dogs.
Endangered!
The Narwhal doesn't do well
in captivity. They are incredibly
shy, so they tend to die.
The Narwhal should be saved
because it is an incredibly rare
animal.People are illegally
hunting them and going against
Narwhal Protection Regulations
under the Fisheries Act.
There are many Wildlife
Preserve Projects for the
Narwhal. People are trying
their hardest to save them,
but there's not much able
to be done.
I think that the Narwhal should be
left alone. The value of the products
it makes should be obliviated, so
noone will try and harm the poor
Narwhals any longer.
Conclusion?
SAVE THEM!
www.defenders.org
www.discoveryeducation.com
Encyclopedia
Work Sited
By: Brenna Johnson
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