The beluga has a flexible neck that allows it to turn its head in all directions. They are also called white whales; this makes them one of the most familiar and distinguishable of all whales. They have rounded foreheads. They are very social and communicate to each other vocally. Their language is made up of clicks, whistles and clangs. They migrate south once the sea freezes over. They are prime prey for polar bears and killer whales.
|Diet||Fish, Crustaceans, Worms|
|Size||13 - 20 feet|
|Average Life Span||35 - 50 years|