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The Narwhal is known as the unicorn of
the sea because of its ginormous tusk (which is actually a tooth, believe it or not!). The tusk alone can be up to three metres long and can weigh 10 kilograms. That’s one heavy tooth! Although Narwhals are found in the icy cold waters of the Arctic, you won’t find them breaking the sea ice with this tusk. Researchers are still trying to figure out what they use it for! These social butterflies have pods with between 15 and 20 Narwhals in the mix. They spend their days chatting to each other with whistles, squeaks and other noises they’re able to make through their blowholes. They also chow down together — although if you met one in the spring or summer, you might find that they don’t want to eat much at all. They really wait for fall and winter to feast on halibut, squid and shrimp.