Do narwhals live in FL?
Yes, narwhals may be found in nature's equivalent of dens. But no, it's not under rocks or in a rock riddled environment that narwhals live. Instead, it's within the fissures and hollowed spaces within the underwater ice formations of Arctic waters. Such places are hiding places for narwhals from predators. Narwhals don't have dorsal fins. So they navigate easily in and out of these underwater habitats. Their dorsally finned predators can't.
Yes, narwhals live at the ocean surface. In fact, they can be seen swimming and tusk playing in pods, or groups, of as few as 10 and as many as 100. As is the case with most marine life, narwhals live in the uppermost of the three ocean zones. That zone is the sunlit region that tends to be identified as the surface downwards 200 meters/600 feet.
Answer #1 by Ginezumi Yes, narwhals [Monodon monoceros] have babies. Narwhals are members of the class of Mammals. One of the mammalian characteristics is giving birth to live young. One baby narwhal is called a calf, more than one calves. Answer #2 Narwhals do have babies one at a time. Narwhal babies are called calves.