Beluga Whale

Beluga whales are often called the ‘canary of the sea’ because of their wide range of vocalizations. An incredibly curious mammal, they are very social creatures that communicate with members of their pod in a diversified language of clicks, whistles and clangs. They are also known to mimic others sounds they hear.

Some 50,000 beluga whales migrate into the Hudson Bay and the series of rivers that drain into the Bay each July and August in order to feed, give birth and to shed their outer most layer of skin. As of yet, it is unknown where belugas spend the rest of their year, but recently an initiative, which saw a handful of the whales tagged, was launched in order to answer these questions.


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