This site is dedicated to raising public awareness about the plight of the threatened species, the narwhal.  Scientifically named the Monodon monoceros, the narwhal has been listed as Nearly Threatened by the World Wildlife Fund For Nature. Conservation efforts have been put in place to create restrictions on whaling. Due to global warming, it is unlikely that narwhals will be taken off of the Nearly Threatened species list. Please browse this site to learn more and help spread the word by joining the cause on Twitter @ProtectNarwhals or at https://twitter.com/ProtectNarwhals!

I recently created a page to raise funds for the World Wildlife Fund in honor of the narwhal! Please show your support by making a donation. Your contribution will help protect the narwhal and its habitats around the world.

Donate to my page

You can make your donation online by visiting my personal page—every dollar makes a difference!

Thank you!


Narwhals Swimming In A Small Pod

Narwhals Swimming In A Small Pod

 feel free to Watch this national geographic video on narwhals!


6 responses to “Hello!

  1. Hey Jake, the website looks good so far. Species names should be italicized with the second word in lower case. So Monodon Monoceros should be changed to Monodon monoceros (italicized).


  2. Good job Jake, Narwhals are amazing.


  3. When I first looked at your site I was taken aback by its breath taking beauty! 10/10 would read again! You really knocked out of the park with this one jake, keep up the good work? أنا معجب حقا، وأنا بالاطراء أيضا أنك ذهبت من خلال عناء لمعرفة هذا الهراء!


  4. Great job Jake! Your website looks awesome and I love the last picture of the narwal with a monocle. 🙂


  5. Really interesting site and information Jake!! Definitely something I’d rely on for accurate facts. Cool gifs too!


  6. Have you ever thought about writing an ebook or guest authoring
    on other sites? I have a blog based on the same information you discuss and would
    really like to have you share some stories/information. I know my readers would enjoy your work.
    If you are even remotely interested, feel free to shoot me an e-mail.


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