Narwhals in sea ice, shot from an ultralight plane on floats in the Arctic Bay of Baffin Island. By Paul Nicklen

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Narwhals have learned the hard way, that they should all point in the same direction in gatherings of this sort.

Edit: Only the males have tusks and all but one of these individuals has a visible tusk. I wonder if the small one without the tusk is female or an immature male. And I wonder where the females are? I wonder if they are gathering here because this is a rare opening in the ice, if the males normally form a social pod or some combination.

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