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In the face of a threat, narwhals respond in just about the worst possible way

Narwhals can’t pick whether to freeze or flee after being caught in human hunting nets – and that reaction can put them in grave danger, according to a new study of the marine mammals. The discovery, described in the journal Science, has implications for the vulnerability of these mammals as they...
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