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These children were in for a treat when they visited the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut. A beluga whale kept them entertained while making faces through the window and scaring the youngsters, much to their delight. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Coast Guard Rescues Turtle Tangled in Fishing Gear Tiny Kitten Is Afraid of Moving Carpet Dogs Celebrate End of Summer With Giant Pool Party...

Beluga Whale Splashes Kid

Look, it's not that hard. When you go to the zoo, respect the rules. The sign says "Don't Tap on Glass." Can't you read? Oh, you can't. Because you're 3 years old. Well, kiddo, it's not nice to tap on the glass because that's the whale's home, and he's just trying to live in peace. If you bother him, he'll splash you. Sometimes when you tap on the glass of life, you get splashed. That's an important lesson to learn. We're sorry it cost you a small piece of your innocence. BELUGA WHALE LEARNS TO PAINT...

Beluga Whales Create Art in Japan Aquarium

TOKYO, Japan - Beluga whales at an aquarium near Tokyo are learning how to paint pictures as part of an autumn art programme for visitors, an official said Wednesday. ...

Photographer Flip Nicklin travelled from Hawaii to Somerset Island (Nunavut, Canada) to witness the annual migration of the belugas. As he had expected, it was quite a sight to see. Hundreds of white whales of all ages and genders swam, played and fed as they filled the waters near Somerset Island. During the winter months, the northern belugas move south. As soon as the ocean surfaces thaws, they return for their annual migration. The 64-year-old photographer wanted to watch the belugas feed on squid and cod and nurse their young. In addition, the whales rub themselves on the rocks in the shallow water. Nicklin positioned himself on a tall platform that was built by a researcher...

Photobombs are not just a phenomenon on land; sea creatures are getting quite adept at making surprise appearances in pictures, too. Reddit user Capasin exposed the latest water lover to pull off this prank. A jesting beluga whale dropped in on the user's pic, sporting a grin and a need for attention. The aquarium resident also appeared interested in taking a bite out of one of the kids, but we're sure this whale was just joking around. Hopefully, this photobomb trend continues to spread under the sea. See More Hilarious Animal Photobombs:...

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