Young narwhal finds new home in Canada
This lost narwhal was adopted by a pod of beluga whales. 😌
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Villagers in Cambodia caught what researchers believe to be the biggest freshwater fish ever recorded.
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The rare and elusive sharks that live for hundreds of years
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This gecko with huge eyes lives in the Namib Desert
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Crocodilians have a surprising maternal instinct
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How did the great auk go extinct?
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