Getting to know the belugas
Research team has been able to identify 188 individual Cook Inlet beluga whales and is learning much about these elusive animals
To the untrained eye, one beluga whale in Alaska’s Cook Inlet looks very much like another — a white, torpedo-shaped body with a bulbous forehead moving through the grey waters of the inlet. But look more closely, and many of these playful animals have faint but distinct patterns of whitish scar rem....
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