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  • Maria Maxey

    Beluga Whales migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada. AmAzing creatures.

  • Barbara

    Beluga whales migrate in Nunavut Inlet, Canada One of the smallest whale species, the social beluga lives in pods that can grow to hundreds of whales. The beluga has the loudest song of any toothed whale and its clicks/whistles/clangs travel for miles and make boat hulls vibrate. Diet consists of Arctic cod, which relies on small crustaceans that feed off the algae growing on sea ice. Warmer temps mean less sea ice, which means less animals all the way up the food chain from algae to beluga.

  • Queen's International Affairs Association

    Beluga Whales migrate in Nunavut, Canada, one of our Editor's favourite places!

  • Zaki Fadzil

    Beluga whales migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada. The summer months mark the regular migration patterns of the beluga whales as mothers move to shallow waters for calving. The summer months are the most likely time to see large populations of belugas where the rivers meet the ocean.

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Beluga Whales migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada. OH MY GOSH!!!!!! When I realized what this was, I gasped out loud!!!

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