A narwhal wields its broken tusk as it takes a breath.
Narwhals travel towards the ice edge to feast on the ocean's bounty of polar cod.
Narwhals rest their tusks on one another's backs between feeding sessions.
A group of male narwhals with large tusks gather in Lancaster Sound.
Male narwhals pack themselves into a narrow lead in the ice. From here, they will dive deep under the ice and target polar cod.
Male narwhals rest in a hole in the ice before descending to feed on polar cod.
Male narwhals caress one other with their tusks.
Narwhals approach the melting ice edge.
A female narwhal sports her tiny, thin tusk.
Coordinated, calculating, and patient, narwhals, both males and females, return from their deep dives under the ice.
A narwhal reveals its heart-shaped flute as it dives down.
A pod of narwhals carefully weld their long ivory tusks as they come up for a breath.
Narwhals retreat further into the icy abyss to continue feeding on Arctic cod.
Two male narwhals roll around and engage in the ancient narwhal ritual of caressing one another.
As the spring ice pack recedes, narwhals surface between narrow cracks and holes as they migrate and feed on polar cod.
Narwhals travel along the floe edge of Baffin Island.
Narwhals cross tusks as they jockey for a breath.
Male narwhals migrate through Lancaster Sound.