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Narwhals, Also Known As “The Unicorns Of The Sea,” Have Mesmerized People For Centuries Due To Their Massive Size, Unique Appearance, And Remote Habitats

Narwhals face many threats to their existence, such as climate change and oil/gas development. The increased number of ships that enter the waters where narwhals live can result in more collisions. It may also create more noise underwater, disrupting the whales’ communication.

Like all marine mammals, narwhals are protected under the Marine Mammal Protection Act.

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