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The Predator

Narwhal...whales with horns

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The Predator

I remeber seeing a whale with a unicorn horn but i can't seem to find it. anyone know anthig about it

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Pimpbot_5000

ya its a real creature called a narwhal.

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Raptor

That would be the Narwhal :tu:

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Thunderbolt

the Narwhal?, dude poeple know about that animal already

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The Predator

wow im late

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The Carnivore

how old are you?

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jobot37

Narwahl are awesome, their jaws twist a little bit to one side I think.

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ArgenVert

If I remember right, that is a tusk in the upper part of their mouths that grows longer (obviously) than the rest.

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Pax Unum

your horned whale is a Narwhal, and doesn't belong in Cryptozoology, Myths and Legends...

LINK-> Narwhal

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Daughter of the Nine Moons

Moved to more appropriate forum (edited title)

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frogfish

Narwhals are pretty creatures...scientists think the tusks are used solely for mating...

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Raptor

^Do you mean for actually mating, or for attracting their mate?

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frogfish

LOL, when I meant mating, I meant courtship rituals...like sparring between two males.

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Raptor

^I thought that's what you meant, but you had me guessing. lol

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Doctor_Strangelove

Those "horns" are tusks and narwhals are well known animals.

Next you will be asking what are those animals that make chirping noises and fly.

^Do you mean for actually mating, or for attracting their mate?

Ouch, if that were true I would hate to be a female narwhal. :lol:

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OlDrippy34

Next you will be asking what are those animals that make chirping noises and fly.

You've seen those things too?

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frogfish
:rofl: Drippy, that just made my day!

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