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Chris and Martin are arguing with each other about which is better, horns or antlers, when they get a call from Wild Kratts Kid Nua about a whale with a unique horn-like tusk: the narwhal. The Wild Kratts travel to the Arctic to investigate the structure and purpose of the narwhal's tusk. But when the Kratt brothers find an Inuit carving depicting a narwhal with two tusks, the Wild Kratts decide to find out whether the two-tusked narwhal is real or just a myth.
Note: Featured animals are in bold.
Note: Mentioned animals are linked to Wikipedia.
Note: Live action animals are linked to Wikipedia.
- White-tailed deer
- African bush elephant (called Elephant)
- Musk ox
- Bighorn sheep
- Common warthog (called Warthog)
Key Facts and Creature Moments
- Antlers fall off and grow back while horns are permanent.
- Both orcas and narwhals are technically not whales, they're actually porpoises.
- The narwhal "horn" is actually a tusk that protrudes through the upper lip.
- Every 1 in 500 narwhals will grow a second tusk.
- Narwhals weren't mentioned in the live action segments of the episode.
- Unlike Chris in "Little Howler", Martin is able to deactivate Moose Powers without using a twig.