"Narwhals, narwhals swimming in the ocean.
Causing a commotion.
Because they are so awesome.”
Just the fact that we have a song about these odd animals shows how fascinated we are by them. Just as King Julius from the movie Madagascar rules the jungle, the Narwhal should be considered the king of the ocean. The Narwhal’s horn, massive size, and decendenty from the unicorn make it king material.
The horn of the Narwhal is both regal and can, in fact, be used as a weapon. For example, if an enlarged seahorse came toward the Narwhal in an aggressive manor the Narwhal would just have to bow his head and swim forward to impale the seahorse. It shows that the Narwhal can protect that 7 seas. The horn is regal because of its uniqueness. The horn is like a natural crown.
The Narwhal, as part of the whale family, should be considered king by its size alone. We often ascribe fear, dominance, and strength to size. Narwhals are part of the whale family. While Narwhals are not the largest of the whales, their size is still substantial.
Unicorns were once kings of the world; as their decedents, Narwhals should be the natural successor. Unicorns were friendly and nice, filled with sugar and spice. Their rule on this earth is remembered for their protection, interspecies relations, and their planning. After the great flood the unicorns adapted to the water and grew fins, becoming Narwhals. While they no longer look the same, they have maintained all the qualities of the Unicorn which once ruled so wisely.
Certainly, if there were an election for King of the Ocean, these incredible traits would assure the Narwhal a win. Their regal horn, humongous body, and royal genealogy all make it the perfect candidate for King of the Ocean. If I could vote I know, I would cast mine for the Narwhal. How about you?
I bet your English teacher doesn’t help you write essays about why narwhals should be king of the ocean and how they’re decedents of unicorns :) :) Yeah, be jealous.