Monodon Monoceros

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Nunavut, Canada, 2006
24 in x 36 in (61 x 91.4 cm) Edition of 20
31 in x 46.5 in (78.7 x 118.1 cm) Edition of 15
40 in x 60 in (101.6 x 152.4 cm) Edition of 10
It took ten years of working with Inuit guides and scouring the frozen coastline from my ultralight plane with the help of a friend and fellow pilot before finding this pod way offshore in the drifting pack ice. In the 1700s, Carl Linnaeus, the father of taxonomy, gave them the name Monodon monoceros, meaning "one-toothed one horn.” However, narwhals have long been part of the knowledge of arctic cultures like the Inuit, serving as the inspiration for myths and stories told around the fire.

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