it's the narwhal from "elf." of course it's real.
real. it's a unicorn fish. i've seen it before. the same day i saw ariel the mermaid and "nessy".
i vote: real! i feel like i've seen this before. in a scientific setting, maybe?
this seems like one of those where yes means no and no means yes. if i say 'fake,' do i vote 'real'? i will vote straight real. the lord made him so weird creatures.
a swordfish & a beluga whale got frisky. REAL.
i'm goin along with the crowd - REAL! the who cares ladies have some brains in 'em. left to my own i may have said fake.
My, my! What great sports you all are. We should take polls more often.So, here's the deal. I was playing animal Go Fish with Linus this week and one of the animals was a narwal and I was all like, 'why are they putting a fake animal in the mix? they're going to confuse these kids' So, Linus and I googled together and found out that sure enuf, a narwal is not an aquatic version of the unicorn. I'm humbly finding out I may have been the only person who thought this... :)
okay, so ben has a kid's encyclopedia of animals and it has pictures of a narwal. the caption says the narwal's horn is actually a tooth. creepy.
darby, i would love to know the title of that encyclopedia! reese LOVES animals, and this would be a book i know she would treasure.
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