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GE.0086-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0086-00
Male Narwhal with a long tooth in Arctic waters, Aerial picture.
GE.0087-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0087-00
Male Narwhal with a long tooth in Arctic waters, Aerial picture.
GE.0080-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0080-00
A pod of 5 male Narwhals, their single, unicorn like teeth clearly visible below water. The Arctic
GE.0064-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0064-00
Group of male Narwhals with their distinctive spiral single tooth, seen from the air. Canadian Arctic
QQ.0900-02
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0900-02
A rare double-toothed Narwhal skull. Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0534-16
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0534-16
Close up of Narwhal in water showing its ivory tooth.
Northwest Greenland
QQ.0548-18
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0548-18
Dead Narwhal (male). It has been harpooned.
Northwest Greenland.
QQ.0551-30
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0551-30
Close up of male Narwhal in water showing its ivory tooth.
Northwest Greenland
QQ.0557-16
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0557-16
Close up of Narwhal in water showing its ivory tooth.
Northwest Greenland
HAP0034-09
© B&C Alexander
HAP0034-09
Muktuk. In this case the skin from a Narwhal, a layer of black & white skin, one of gristle and then blubber.
QQ.0229-19
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0229-19
Narwhal meat sliced and hanging up to dry on a meat rack in Qeqertat. Thule, NW Greenland.
QQ.0318-38
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0318-38
Harpooned Narwhal. Greenlandic Inuit are only allowed to hunt Narwhal with kayaks & harpoons. Greenland
QQ.0551-11
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0551-11
Close up of male Narwhal in water showing ivory tooth.
Northwest Greenland
   

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