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What is the narwhal population?

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Answer #1 Population figures for narwhals only can be estimated. But the numbers tend to hover around 75,000. These are the statistics for as late as 2005-2006. Answer #2 There are approximately 75,000 narwhals according to a 2008 study by Laidre, K. L., I. Stirling, L. Lowry, Ø. Wiig, M. P. Heide-Jørgensen, and S. Ferguson.
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What is a narwhale?

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