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GREENPEACE CANADAProtesters Hold Banner in Solidarity with Clyde River – Residents are fighting a dangerous form of oil exploration that uses deafening Seismic Cannons to search for oil in Baffin Bay – Home to 90% of narwhals, ‘the unicorn of the sea.’ Clyde River, Nunavut. This small hamlet, population 1,100, is at the epicenter of an […]Read more "Greenpeace and Actress Emma Thompson to Join Jerry Natanine in Clyde River to Save Narwhals"
We’ve just launched a Kickstarter Campaign to bring our team to Clyde River to coincide with Greenpeace’s flotilla protest training for the residents fighting Seismic Cannon Blasting for oil in Baffin Bay. We’ll also head up to Pond Inlet to film Narwhal’s and their Wakes 😉 Please support and share widely as the fate of […]Read more "Our Documentary Team Needs Your Help to Film Narwhals In The Arctic!"
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Heather McElhatton of A Beautiful World on Minnesota Public Radio did an amazing story, with great research and interviews with some scientists fascinated with narwhals as well, on The Narwhal’s Wake documentary film and Keep Narwhals Real!Read more "NPR’s ‘A Beautiful World’ Covers Keep Narwhals Real."
Hi everyone helping to Keep Narwhals Real! We have a new trailer for the documentary film that we’ve put together but we can’t share it via social media, so if you’re interested in seeing it and sharing it with select friends, please message me directly and I can send you the link and the password. […]Read more "New Trailer for The Narwhal’s Wake – Email Me for the link and password!"
I happen to have finally picked up Herman Melville‘s Moby Dick for the first time and just came across his very loose classification attempt of cetaceans in Chapter 32. Melville doesn’t get all that much right, but luckily he doesn’t purport to. He includes the ‘Narwhale’ in BOOK II (OCTAVO) CHAPTER III of his library […]Read more "Melville’s Classification of the Narwhal"