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Ortist
05:07 PM on 07/03/2013
My daughter got photos of them from a helicopter, just by chance. Kudos for this guy for his hard work in getting down in the cold with them.
09:32 PM on 07/03/2013
I haven't been fortunate enough to catch a photo of narwhals from above, but I have been fortunate to stand on the cliffs near the Gulf of St. Lawrence and look down on hundreds of belugas!
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Ortist
10:46 PM on 07/03/2013
Wow, great experience, Cedric!
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GaryNOVA
Fear My Micro-bio!!!!!!!!
04:36 PM on 07/03/2013
they look delicious.
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Ngonyama
Major prolation, perfect mode
05:06 PM on 07/03/2013
Are you a killer whale?
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GaryNOVA
Fear My Micro-bio!!!!!!!!
05:24 PM on 07/03/2013
maybe...
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shimmer me timbers
Whadda ya mean, I can't post that!?
01:14 PM on 07/04/2013
And here I thought Muppets ate hands. Oh wait.., wrong end.
04:06 PM on 07/03/2013
They are hunted for their tusk. Shame to see all the creatures of this planet exploited for cockamamie and bizarre health rituals that are 100% useless. Just eat good food and get good rest and nature will take care of the rest!
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Madbunny
Prison Guard - FireFighter - now a School Teacher
08:39 PM on 07/03/2013
They're hunted for their vitamin C.

In this day and age, you'd think that it would be a lot simpler to simply give the inuits vitamin C supplements.
09:33 PM on 07/03/2013
They also eat the meat and blubber.

My god, talk about a sea of ignorance.
09:03 AM on 07/04/2013
Hey, I'm from Nunavut and live in a community beside the waters in which these creatures live. They are not hunted for their tusks. There are no Inuit health rituals around their tusks. When they are hunted, they are hunted as food. The hunt is sustainable and monitored. Good lord, please get informed.
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shimmer me timbers
Whadda ya mean, I can't post that!?
01:17 PM on 07/04/2013
Hey I've got a question. Do the sled dogs actually live on blubber and ice? I remember reading that somewhere. I'm wondering how long slddogs fed a diet of blubber would live? Seems a bit unhealthy.
03:55 PM on 07/03/2013
So jelly this guy got to do that!!
03:40 PM on 07/03/2013
Newt Gringrich's belly lit up by the moon as he floats in the lake.
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shimmer me timbers
Whadda ya mean, I can't post that!?
01:18 PM on 07/04/2013
Ah yes and newt howling at his imaginary base on the moon. Classic!
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Anaxamenes
It's not how big your micro-bio is...
03:28 PM on 07/03/2013
I wonder what the rise in global temperatures will do to this species. I'm so glad this guy documented them before they are gone.
03:26 PM on 07/03/2013
Narwhals are the best, I'd love to see them in the wild one day. To be clear, the "horn" is actually a tooth, that helps them seek out prey in the water. We need to protect these creatures, climate change is gonna do a number on this already rare beautiful creature.
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llyd wlsh
chem, nuke, bio hazard
03:12 PM on 07/03/2013
COOL......or rather, in recognition of iced up camera lens, cold
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ruthief1
What Would Roy Masters Do?
03:10 PM on 07/03/2013
So cute!
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PhineasGage730
03:10 PM on 07/03/2013
Fry fell in love with a Narwhal...because he missed Lela. How sad.
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2warvet
I have nitrogen narcosis, what's your excuse?
03:20 PM on 07/03/2013
Love that show!
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Dwight Mitchell
03:06 PM on 07/03/2013
calling them them the unicorn of the sea is pretty childish. these are real creatures, not some whimsical idea...And why would be that so amazing anyway ?....a horse with a horn..wow.

if they did exist, humans probably would have hunted them to extinction by now....
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03:29 PM on 07/03/2013
...in order to grind up their horns so they can, "get off."
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Dwight Mitchell
03:31 PM on 07/03/2013
yes...i never understood that logic....no powder is gonna get me excited. 
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03:29 PM on 07/03/2013
They may have existed...some believe that for every creature on land, there is a sea mate.
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Dwight Mitchell
05:50 PM on 07/03/2013
riiight...what are you on? because i need some for this weekend
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Carl Caroli
I just don't understand people
02:52 PM on 07/03/2013
Looks like a giant, underwater hummingbird.
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QuantumLeaper
Liberal for Life.
02:49 PM on 07/03/2013
The narwhals are the Jedis of the Oceans after all.

http://youtu.be/ykwqXuMPsoc
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WestOfTheMoon
Micro-bio: Invisible to the naked eye.
02:48 PM on 07/03/2013
These are so beautiful. The narwhal is still a rather mysterious creature. I don't think that it is correct to describe it as a "porpoise" however as the narwhal and beluga are toothed whales in a family (Monodontidae) distinct from dolphins (Delphinidae) and porpoises (Phocoenidae).
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Bunny Tickle Britches
♥ Cupcakes For Everyone! ♥
02:47 PM on 07/03/2013
Beautiful, and lovely photos.

//Fellow photographer.