The narwhal is one of only two species in the Monodontidae family. What is it?
The narwhal, along with the beluga, is in the Monodontidae family of whales. They are both medium-sized whales native to the Arctic region, as well as the very northernmost parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Male narwhals can be identified by their single, long tusk.
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