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Beluga whales are commonly found in the coastal waters of the Arctic Ocean. However, beluga whales have also been known to live in sub-arctic waters. More »

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Several factors threaten beluga whales, including a changing climate, noise from ocean vessels, commercial fishing practices, pollution and habitat destruction, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administr... More »

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Beluga whales live near the top of the food chain in the Arctic ocean. Belugas, also called white whales because of their white skin, eat small species of fish and crustaceans, such as salmon, smelt, herring, Arctic and ... More »

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Beluga whales defend themselves by blending in with the polar ice caps that they swim near. For example, they often swim by large white chunks of snow in the water to hide from their main predators. They also have superb... More »

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Typical animals found in the tundra biome include caribous, lemmings, voles, squirrels, arctic hares, arctic foxes, wolves, musk oxen, brown bears, polar bears, killer whales, beluga whales, sea lions, seals, walruses, e... More »

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Many animals live at the North Pole, commonly referred to as the Arctic region, including arctic foxes, arctic hares, Alaskan malamutes, polar bears, seals and beluga whales. Some animals live closer to the bottom of the... More »

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While a whale's fins are similar in structure and function to those of a fish, whales and fish are not closely related, so their similarities are defined as analogous, not homologous. The development of fins in two such ... More »

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