The beluga whale is an Arctic cetacean, and it is easily recognizable thanks to its stark white coloring and globular head. The word “beluga” comes from the Russian work “bielo” which means white. Belugas are interestingly capable of swimming backwards and blowing bubbles in the shape of rings. – اخبار مجنونة

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The beluga whale is an Arctic cetacean, and it is easily recognizable thanks to its stark white coloring and globular head. The word “beluga” comes from the Russian work “bielo” which means white. Belugas are interestingly capable of swimming backwards and blowing bubbles in the shape of rings.

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  1. One of the few cetaceans with an unfused mobile neck, allowing them to turn their head side-to-side. Also, they can change the shape of the melon (that bulge on the forehead) by inflating air into their sinuses, allowing them to better modulate and focus their echolocation.

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