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beluga

the arctic dolphin. See delphinapterus leucas.
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The GasChem Beluga vessel is today en route to Houston to pick up one of the first cargos of ethane gas, after an official naming ceremony on Teesside.
The company will start work next month on the giant transporter aircraft, which will gradually replace the current Beluga ST cargo planes which carry wings from Broughton to final assembly sites in France and Germany.
The Beluga XL programme was launched in November 2014.
The five Beluga XL aircraft will provide an additional 30% transport capacity for Airbus's industrial network.
Key words: beluga whales; Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK); Delphinapterus leucas; Arctic; systematic literature review
Just a few weeks later, North East sea-watchers were thrilled to catch glimpses of a pair of rare and distinctive beluga whales.
The Mulliner division of Bentley, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), has revealed details of the new Mulsanne Speed Beluga edition.
I've never seen whales before, except on TV, but this was quite obviously a beluga.
Every year, from June until September, 59,000 beluga whales congregate in Canada's Hudson Bay to feed on capelin fish; the world's largest gathering of the whale species.
Ascent Aerospace said its Ascent integration and automation group has been awarded a contract by Airbus for the Beluga XL Final Assembly Station.
The paper does present the first peer-reviewed ethogram of Cook Inlet beluga whales; however, the first ethogram of wild belugas was developed by Smith et al.
THE Airbus Beluga is a sight to behold when it flies over the Merseyside skies - and now you can have a closer look at it.