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Swimming the icy waters of the Arctic Sea, narwhals are known for the long, thin tusk adorning their heads. The seemingly useless tusk is not used for hunting or fighting. Long ago narwhal sightings reinforced the belief of unicorns. Imagine stumbling upon a washed-up tusk on shore, thinking you'd found a unicorn horn!
One of the most recognizable whale species, the beluga whale is known for its white color and melon head. The beluga whale s nicknames include sea canary and squid hound. Belugas live in pods of three to 200 along the coastal region of the Arctic Ocean then travel south as the winter ice forms.
Found in coastal waters of all major oceans, the great white shark is known for its incredible size. Female sharks grow to 20 feet long and weigh in at 4,200 pounds. Great whites are the largest predatory fish. The great white s size isn t the only intimidating feature, they have 300 razor-like teeth! Swimmers beware!
The tetra is a beautiful freshwater fish, native to the warm waters of Africa, Central America and South America. Popular pets, the incredible colors and beauty of this fish will make a fish tank sparkle. And, the tetra fish ornament will make your Christmas tree sparkle too.
How to Host a Christmas In July Party
Don’t underestimate the fun of a Christmas-in-July party. It’s a great theme for everyone’s favorite holiday during the time of year void of many holidays. It will probably become a tradition, and might let you off the hook of hosting people for dinner on Christmas Day.
Tips For Wrapping Christmas Gifts
Giving is definitely better than receiving. Happening upon the perfect gift, the anticipation of the loved one opening and relishing it, and the knowledge the gift is used and loved is worth the hunt for the perfect gift. Old World Christmas encourages gift-planning all year round.
Gingerbread Houses for the Rest of Us
We have compiled some hacks and tricks you’ve never thought of to make a gingerbread house that makes it through the season. And, don’t worry, some of these would offend Martha Stewart—they are easy and foolproof, no special piping bags and pastry tips for these houses. But first, for some inspiration, don’t miss our three gingerbread ornaments: the Gingerbread House Ornament, Gingerbread Church Ornament and the Cookie Cottage Ornament. They’re so cute you just want to eat them. But don’t. You’ll regret it. Here are our five best gingerbread house tips.