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Short Story: Saved by the White Whales

Hey, y’all! How’s everyone enjoying their summer? I’ve been hanging out with my family, and working on a new character, called gossamer Knight. It’s been a real pleasure to draw her! 538 more words

#WhaleWednesday - Beluga Whales

The beluga whale is a relatively small toothed whale that is brown-gray at birth and bright white in adulthood. The beluga is one of just two species in the “white whales” family, the other being the narwhal. 421 more words


hypnotic fluidity

So, last month I got to cross off another thing on my “to-do” list now that I live in Georgia. That thing was going to the Georgia Aquarium, I mean, it’s only one of the largest in the western hemisphere. 147 more words

Investigation finds two Vancouver Aquarium beluga whales died of unknown toxins

The cause of two beluga whales dying weeks apart at the Vancouver Aquarium in November 2016 was due to an unknown toxin, according to the findings of a five-month investigation. 630 more words



An oil pipeline has leaked into the home waters of one of the most endangered populations of beluga whales.

Alaska’s Cook Inlet population, near Anchorage, is thought to number around 340 individuals. 109 more words

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Oil leak reported within beluga whale habitat in Alaskan waters

Alaska officials reported an oil leak from an underwater pipeline late on Saturday that was within habitat designated as critical for endangered Cook Inlet beluga whales… 425 more words