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RC.2012-65
© B&C Alexander
RC.2012-65
Denis Litovka, a Russian biologist, records and listens to Beluga whales with a hydrophone in Anadyr Bay, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-66
© B&C Alexander
RC.2012-66
Roman Belikov, a Russian biologist, records and listens to Beluga whales with a hydrophone in Anadyr Bay, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2012-67
© B&C Alexander
RC.2012-67
Roman Belikov, a Russian biologist, records and listens to Beluga whales with a hydrophone in Anadyr Bay, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
TJ.1057-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.1057-00
Belugas swim past the ice cliff. Liefdefjord; Monacobreen; Svalbard.
TJ.1058-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.1058-00
Belugas swim past the ice cliff. Liefdefjord; Monacobreen; Svalbard.
GE.0085-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0085-00
Beluga or White Whales gather in shallow water to remove dead skin by rubbing on the sandy river bottom during their annual moult. The Arctic.
GE.0084-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0084-00
Beluga Whale or White Whale swimming just below the surface of the Arctic waters
GE.0083-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0083-00
Four Beluga or White whales swim along the floe edge in the Arctic
GE.0062-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0062-00
Beluga, while whale, in the Canadian Arctic.
GE.0063-00
© Goran Ehlme
GE.0063-00
Ghostly white glowing shape of a beluga or white whale underwater. Canadian Arctic.
POD0102-00
© Polar Odyssey
POD0102-00
Polar bear with Beluga muktuk (skin) amongst ice floes. Spitsbergen.
POD0103-00
© Polar Odyssey
POD0103-00
Polar bear burying Beluga muktuk (skin) amongst ice floes. Spitsbergen.
POD0104-00
© Polar Odyssey
POD0104-00
Polar bear with the remains of a beluga kill, with Ivory and Glaucous gull ready to scavenge. Spitsbergen.
BA.0807-28
© B&C Alexander
BA.0807-28
A First Air ATR plane at Igloolik in the Spring. Nunavut, Canada.
WL.0061-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0061-00
Adult beluga whales, Delphinapterus leucas, scratching their skin on the gravel bottom of a freshwater delta to assist in the annual molt, Somerset Island, Nunavut
WL.0062-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0062-00
Adult beluga whale, Delphinapterus leucas, scratching its skin on the gravel bottom of a freshwater stream to assist in molting, Somerset Island, Nunavut
CAN0418-03
© B&C Alexander
CAN0418-03
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada.
CAN0418-11
© B&C Alexander
CAN0418-11
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada.
CAN0418-12
© B&C Alexander
CAN0418-12
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay. Canada.
CAN0440-23
© B&C Alexander
CAN0440-23
The Beluga whale a resident of Arctic waters can grow to 5 metres in length.
CAN0416-29
© B&C Alexander
CAN0416-29
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay, Canada
CAN0418-18
© B&C Alexander
CAN0418-18
Belugas swimming in peaty water at the mouth of Seal River in Hudson Bay, Canada
CAN0438-02
© B&C Alexander
CAN0438-02
The Beluga whale a resident of Arctic waters can grow to 5 metres in length
 

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