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How to use beluga in a sentence
There are projects now to build sanctuaries for killer whales and belugas and dolphins, but they are moving slowly, and they didn’t exist at the time.The Outside Story Behind the Documentary ‘Blackfish’ | jversteegh | November 11, 2021 | Outside Online
Perhaps my favorite observation took place in the Canadian Arctic with beluga whales.
In this shallow, three-foot-deep water, belugas will occasionally pick up pebbles with their mouths.
Just as belugas do, in between the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives, it’s essential for us to make time for other things—things that bring joy.
While she was a graduate student, she had tried to study cortisol in beluga whales in Manitoba, Canada.
Break out the smoked salmon and beluga (post heat, of course).
It has been noted that they are found in isolated pockets within that range and are not, like the beluga, widely distributed.Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic | Stephen Leatherwood
Like the other medium-sized whale in the same region, the beluga or white whale, the narwhal has no dorsal fin.Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic | Stephen Leatherwood
Among the creatures that visit the Lower St. Lawrence is the white whale,—beluga of the naturalists.
Soon the water is red for each beluga sheds eight or ten gallons of blood.A Canadian Manor and Its Seigneurs | George M. Wrong
The enterprising Barnum exhibited in New York a beluga which drew a boat about in his aquarium.A Canadian Manor and Its Seigneurs | George M. Wrong
British Dictionary definitions for beluga
a large white sturgeon, Acipenser (or Huso) huso, of the Black and Caspian Seas: a source of caviar and isinglass
another name for white whale
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