The beluga whale or white whale (Delphinapterus leucas) is an Arctic and sub-
Arctic cetacean. .... whale that could mimic the rhythm and tone of human
language. Beluga whales in the wild have been r...
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Jul 19, 2016 ... Beluga whales, also called white whales, have white skin that is adapted to its
habitat in the Arctic. They are among the smallest species of ...
Discover how the vocal, social beluga whale survives in the cold arctic
Sep 12, 2011 ... The beluga whale is easily recognizable thanks to its stark white coloring and
globular head. Belugas are very social animals, and it's possible ...
Sep 2, 2013 ... Take a look in the shallow coastal waters of the Arctic, and you might just spot a
beluga whale. They don't look like your typical whale, though.
In general, beluga whales are slow swimmers. They commonly swim about 3 to 9
kph (1.9-5.6 mph). They are, however, capable of sustaining a maximum ...
Belugas are extremely sociable mammals that live, hunt and migrate together in
pods, ranging from a few individuals to hundreds of whales. Their bulbous ...
Oct 27, 2016 ... Final Critical Habitat Designation for Cook Inlet Beluga Whales, 76 FR 20180, 04/
11/2011. Proposed Critical Habitat for Cook Inlet Beluga ...
The name beluga comes from the Russian word "bielo" meaning white. Beluga
whales live, hunt, and migrate together in pods of a few, to hundreds of whales.