Question: Are Narwhals true?


  1. Easy enough to answer: yes! In fact, I used to know someone who studied them as part of their research. They’re also important to the Inuit of northern Canada and Alaska, so I’m sure that they’d be surprised to hear that they were false. šŸ™‚


  2. Hehehehe, yes they really exist! (unlike unicorns)

    They like their water icy cold so they live up North near the Arctic!

    It sounds gross, but their name came from the old Norwegian word ‘nar’, which means corpse…..that’s because they have the same grey colour skin as a drowned sailor…..
    Their scientific Greek name, Monodon monoceros, means one-tooth one-horn or one-toothed unicorn!

    Unfortunately you can’t visit them in a zoo, because for some mysterious reason, they all die once they get locked up in a pool……so if you want to see them for real, you got to travel towards the Artic!