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|Meet Our Beluga Whales!|
Residents of the Arctic Coast:
KELA (KEE-la): Born in 1981, Kela is 11 feet long and weighs 1,100 pounds.
*ID TIP: Kela has dark gray spots along the side of her body and dorsal ridge.
JUNO (JOO-No): Juno was born in July 2002. Juno is 11 feet, nine inches long and weighs 1,320 pounds. He is usually the one watching the people at the underwater viewing area.
NALUARK (Na-LOO-ark): Born in 1986, Naluark, an Inuit word meaning “whitened skin,” weighs 2,100 pounds and is just over 13 feet long.
*ID TIP: Naluark is pure white in color and the largest of our four belugas. He has a large melon, a cleft lip and pronounced rails on either side of his body.
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