Recommended for ages 3+
A type of whale found in the Arctic waters of Greenland, Canada, and Russia, the narwhal is certainly one of the more unique animals on planet Earth. Believe it or not, the narwhal doesn’t actually have a horn; instead, it has a unique type of tusk!
Scientific Name: Monodon monoceros
Characteristics: Narwhal tusks are actually an elongation of their canine teeth, and some male narwhals can actually develop two tusks. Learn more astounding facts about this amazing animal with our true-to-life and scientifically accurate model!
Size and Color: 10.75 inches long and 2.75 inches wide, this model is a touch shorter than a legal sized piece of paper and is about as wide a deck of cards. Narwhals have slate gray upper sides speckled with black dots, as well as white bellies.
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