A Pair Of Narwhals Tusking

Narwhals Tusking

Well-known for its horn-like tusks (which is actually an elongated canine), the narwhal has attracted an understandable amount of attention throughout the centuries. According to Inuit legend, the narwhal received its tusk after a woman was dragged into the water by a narwhal, transformed into one, and thus the tusk–modeled after the woman’s spiraled hair–soon appeared.

The Ghostly Cusk-Eel

Despite its name and appearance, the cusk-eel is not an eel but rather a fish. While the fish featured here is pretty small, the largest species of cusk-eel can be found traversing the 6,600-feet depths of the sea with a length of around 6.6 feet (2 meters).

Animal Albinism: A World Of White

In our colorful world, sometimes the absence of color can be even more striking and eye-catching. Affected by a disorder called albinism, these white animals provide a stark contrast from the colorful habitats in which they live. Yet understanding the difference between true albinos and white animal variations is often difficult. Usually, it’s all in the eyes.

Animal Albinism Green Sea Turtle

Source: Amaz Facts

Animal Albinism Gorilla

Source: Cadred

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Inside The World Of Cat Lovers

To some, cats aren’t clawed fluff with an incredible center of gravity; they’re “little people”. Watch as videographer Andrew Lang examines the eccentric, feline-fanatic personalities that comprise cat shows.

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