Beluga whales are one of the most iconic whales found in Canadian waters. But did you know that these whales are not always white? Belugas are born slate grey and can remain this colour for up to eight years. Watch this video to learn more and check out our Marine Life Encyclopedia to discover more of the amazing animals found along Canada’s coasts.
The SEA LIFE Trust is delighted to confirm that two beluga whales, Little Grey and Little White, are now safely in their new sea sanctuary care area at Klettsvik Bay in Iceland. The moving of the whales into the world’s first open water sanctuary for belugas, was completed on Friday 8th August 2020 at 12.30 … Meer lezen
A groundbreaking study is the first to analyze the relationship between group behaviors, group type, group dynamics, and kinship of beluga whales in 10 locations across the Arctic. Results show that not only do beluga whales regularly interact with close kin, including close maternal kin, they also frequently associate with more distantly related and unrelated … Meer lezen