Narwhals Narwhals by: Winston abedi and andrew herrera

Our endangered species is the narwhal. It looks like a cross between a whale and a unicorn with its long spiraled tusks jutting from its head(fun fact: some narwhals might have two tusks).

fun fact some narwhals have two tusks

Narwhals live in the arctic waters of Canada, Greenland, Norway and Russia. their diet consists mainly of squid, shrimp, cod and flounder. They can grow up to 17 feet and weigh up to 4200 pounds.

Remnants of oil and gas are impacting these beautiful animals and ocean noises cause confusion between the narwhals resulting in narwhals having collisions with boats.

winston is special....

It impacts in many deaths of narwhals which leads to them being endangered

By trying to solve the problems with the boats and the noise that occurs when they cross the surface off the surrounding water near narwhals.

Narwhals are an endangered species that need help. they are not yet threatened but they are very close. We need to stop letting these organisms go extinct. We should all take part of this and help the animals live.

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