Narwhals can "Tusk," or rub their tusk against others, sort of like fencing.
All narwhals have a tusk emerging from the left side of their mouth, both male and female.
No, the narwhals tusk is actually an extended tooth.
believe it or not, a narwhal's tusk is only 3 inches.
by killing with its with its tusk
its tusk is one
They get hunted by fishermen for there "tusk"
i dont know but i do know the narwhals tusk is a horn from the unicorn!
no they communicate with a variety of sounds
Narwhals don't have a "tusk" the facial horn is actually a tooth that has grown through the lip.
they protect them self's with the tusk,
Basically, it's tusk is it's only tooth.
they are a different speiceis
It helps by when the ice is thin the tusk can break through the ice, and the tusk can help when males are fighting over a girl in breeding season
they can.. the only problem is the amount of space needed for their tusk.
The narwhal with the largest tusk is usually the one in charge of a pod.
english. 6'1'' asian. 5'0'' african. 9'7''
Narwhals are dangerous because of their frontwards projecting tusk. The tusk actually is a tooth. It grows, long and sharp, out of the upper incisor. It may measure 2-3 meters/7-10 feet in length.
from 3 to 5 meters long not including the tusk
Most narwhals have just the one 'tusk', and it is actually a tooth. One in 500 males have two tusks, but the skull has a double tusk'.
They live in the Arctic and they have a single (tusk) horn, much like the unicorn.
Baby narwhals [Monodon monoceros] are recognizable as narwhals. It's just that they're darker, much smaller versions of their parents. But if they're male, they're not born with the hallmark tusk growing out through their upper jaw. That grows as they develop.
Not exactly. There is a such creature as a narwhal. Male narwhals have a tusk that resembles the fabled horn of a unicorn. Narwhals, however, are neither unicorns nor fish. They are whales.