Beluga with grey baby :-)

Beluga with grey baby :-)

Arctic Blog’s Animal of the Day: ‘The Beluga Whale’
These bizarre and amazing animals are known as ‘sea canaries’ for their high pitched twitter.
It has an unmistakable white colouring and a very bulbous head. They are highly sociable animals and travel in groups.
They inhabit a ‘circumpolar’ area in the sub-Arctic and Arctic seas, also being found along the coasts of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia.
The world population of Belugas currently stands at 100,000. This sounds high but is quite low compared to pre-hunting days.

Arctic Blog’s Animal of the Day: ‘The Beluga Whale’

These bizarre and amazing animals are known as ‘sea canaries’ for their high pitched twitter.

It has an unmistakable white colouring and a very bulbous head. They are highly sociable animals and travel in groups.

They inhabit a ‘circumpolar’ area in the sub-Arctic and Arctic seas, also being found along the coasts of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia.

The world population of Belugas currently stands at 100,000. This sounds high but is quite low compared to pre-hunting days.