Species: Dark Narwhal
Birthday: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
A small narwhal can be seen playing with the koi fish, twisting and showing off its single, ivory horn. Every so often it leaps high into the air, enjoying the cool water. If you come to the edge and wait patiently, the baby narwhal will swim up and allow you to pet it. If you slip in to swim with it, it will gladly give you a ride.
Narwhals, as their name implies, belong to a rare breed of arctic whales. Unlike their cousins, however, narwhals possess a single, mighty horn. Stronger than typical whales, narwhals are capable of traveling long distances, oftentimes with their masters. Narwhal eggs are located in the depths of the oceans, and it is difficult and dangerous to retrieve them.