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Drone footage taken in the far northeastern regions of Canada finally sheds light on how narwhals use the massive tusks protruding from their heads.
I couldn't watch the video on the national geographic website but I found it elsewhere.
So they hit fish with sudden sideways movements of their tusk. Tricky.
You'd have to think that a pod(?) of narwhals swimming together would have to be very careful. It'd be pretty easy to accidentally impale auntie or nephew on your tusk.