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Dolphins and beluga whales blow bubble rings and swimming through them, and tend to do this more in captivity, indicating the behavior might be a boredom-buster for them. A parallel theory is that it's a form of play and Balcombe suspects that, whatever the answer, they find the activity stimulating. Image by Hiroya Minakuchi/Minden Pictures via Wired

hey hey! look at me! we match! .... merrrrp. WHYYY do I find this so gigglesome?

baby beluga- @Ashley Slocum I wonder if this baby came from those whales at Sea World?!? Haha scarred for life!

"Big Beluga" - what my sister used to call me sometimes... We have Belugas in the St. Lawrence.

So long and thanks for all the fish.

baleine bleue

Whale sharks are the largest sharks in the world, often growing up to 40 feet in length. This picture gives some perspective of that.

Baby sloth! Baby sloth yawning... can I hug it? Please? I'll give it back, I promise.

Jumping Dalmatian; 大麥町