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beluga

the arctic dolphin. See delphinapterus leucas.
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The distribution and abundance of belugas, Delphinapterus leucas, in eastern Canadian subarctic waters: a review and update.
Entonces hubo un acuerdo entre el gobierno ruso y el mexicano y se decidio comprar a las ballenas Belugas.
Belugas are not whales that people fret about disappearing.
Capaces de permanecer sumergidas de 15 a 20 minutos y recorrer bajo el agua hasta 3 kilometros en ese lapso, la mayoria de las belugas veranean en las heladas aguas del Artico (solo habitan en el hemisferio norte), retozando entre icebergs.
Lawrence beluga is a metaphor for the death of wilderness at the hands of industrial progress.
SEASIDE visitors are continuing to report sightings of beluga whales off the North East coast.
This second issue is dedicated exclusively to Cook Inlet studies and includes a review of spatio-temporal changes in beluga distribution, a population viability analysis and extinction risk assessment, a summary of potential natural and anthropogenic risks, a calf index, a citizen science project, a note on socio-sexual behavior, and beluga behavioral responses observed during Port of Anchorage monitoring studies.
Des echantillons standardises provenant de pecheurs ayant capture des belugas ont ete preleves dans trois lieux de capture principaux du delta du fleuve Mackenzie (baie Shallow, ile Kendall et baie Kugmallit) en 1980 et pres de Paulatuk, dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest, en 1989.
The first of the five new Belugas will enter in service in mid-2019.
The first of five new Belugas will in mid-2019 enter in service.
Lawrence beluga (SLB) population without submitting data or methods.
Herve Demoinet, who is leading the team preparing the Beluga XL for entry into service, noted that the Belugas - both the ST and XL - will play a major role in future production ramp-ups.