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Narwhals ... or Sea-unicorns

Do we still love these guys?

Narwals Narwals swimming in the ocean, causing a co-motion, cuz they are so awesome. OR "bye buddy, hope you find your dad" "Thanks Mr.

Greenland Shark

The Greenland shark is one of the largest sharks in the world and is the largest arctic fish.

Greenland Sharks can be found in the arctic waters of Greenland, Iceland and northern Canada. It is the only true sub-Arctic shark in the world.

Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) also known as the Sleeper or ground shark is a shark endemic to, you guessed it Greenland and Iceland, making them the northernmost shark alive today.

The Greenland shark is one of the north’s largest and most mysterious predators. Description from blog.wwf.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

A greenland shark in Nunavut, Canada (file picture). Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

A Greenland shark swims under the ice in Lancaster Sound off Nunavut, Canada

The Greenland shark can live to at least 272 years—and possibly to the ripe old age of 500

Shark chokes on moose, rescued by passersby #animals #moose #shark

Shark chokes on moose, rescued by passersby

Shark chokes on moose, rescued by passersby #animals #moose #shark

The Arctic Animals compared are: Harp seal and walrus, the bowhead and beluga whale, Arctic fox and Arctic hare, woodland caribou and polar bear, wolverine and Canada lynx, the Greenland shark and white-bearded dolphin. Each card has a color picture and a nonfiction paragraph of the Arctic animal. Included are lesson instructions, mini-lessons, 6 sets of cards (12 cards in all), a large Venn diagram with lines, and a paragraph frame.

Compare and Contrast Task Cards and Venn Diagram Arctic Animals

Compare and Contrast Arctic Animals! Venn Diagram and paragraph frame. :) Task cards, too! This is a 21 page common core-aligned unit that focu.

Two men pulled off what was perhaps the most Canadian animal rescue mission of all time this week when they saved a large Greenland shark from choking to death on a moose.

Canadians Rescue Shark Choking on Moose

Rescuers save beached Greenland shark with an appetite for … moose? They drag predator to deeper water in Newfoundland Harbor and watch it swim off, after removing a large hunk of flesh and hide from its mouth--Grind TV