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beluga

the arctic dolphin. See delphinapterus leucas.
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1999, cancer in beluga whales, J Cetacean Res Manag.
It is something I have in common with at least one beluga whale in the St.
Specifically, with a flooding tide belugas move up Knik Arm to utilize typically inaccessible mudflats and river mouth areas for foraging (Ezer et al.
This may in part explain why arctic species like beluga and bowhead have turned up in our coastal waters during 2015.
TWO beluga whales have been spotted off the North East coast, around 2,000 miles from their normal habitat.
2008 status review and extinction risk assessment of Cook Inlet belugas (Delphinapterus leucas).
The new Beluga will be established on the A330 with a large re-use of existing components and equipment.
The first of the five new Belugas will enter in service in mid-2019.
More than 5,000 people have sent a letter to Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, asking him to respect the laws of his own government and put a definitive end to the drilling and prohibit the construction of an oil terminal in the heart of the natural sanctuary for belugas at Cacouna, Quebec.