The Story of Canada's Narwhals
The Narwhal – or deep-sea-unicorn as we like to call it – held a significant role in Canada’s culture and economy in the past. So much so, that for some communities the Narwhals are still very socially significant.
Today Narwhals can be (rarely) found in Baffin Bay and Hudson Bay in the Arctic Ocean. Consensus states that they live up to 50, but most Narwhals don’t make it past 30 years. A male narwhal can grow up to approximately 5.5 meters and nearly 2000 kg. Females are slightly smaller.