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The name 'narwhal' derives from the Scandinavian term for the inhabitant of the Arctic waters. The actual word in Danish and Swedish is 'nahrval'. That term traces back …to the much earlier, Old Norse 'nar', which means 'corpse'. The word describes the creature's grey, mottled look that reminds many of that of a drowned sailor.
The toothed family
Because the male narwhal (and occasionally the female narwhal as well) has a long tooth that juts out like a horn from the lower left jaw.
baby narwhals are called a calf or two would be called calves.
Narwhals live in close- knit pods, generally with between 4- 20 members. They can be all males, all females, or a mixture of both.
It's called a Unicorn. I kid you not.
It is a tusk.
Calfs or cows.
There is only on reason. The name Narwhal originates from the Latin term "Narwhale" which is roughly translated to "Extremely Awesome" The Narwhal is also referred to as: Je…di of the sea, and the unicorn of the sea.
it is heading north
Any group of Narwhals, no matter what size, is known as a pod-a-pod, and it is like this with any whales.