We now know why narwhals have tusks

All thanks to the first-of-its-kind footage taken by a group of Canadian scientists.
Narwhals use their tusks to stun and eat fish – and for the first time, there is video evidence to prove it. Footage filmed on a drone by Canadian scientists show the mammals using their long[...]

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