Beluga whales are such beautiful creatures with their silky white skin and rounded heads. Lorelai has always been a fan, and was very excited to see this craft waiting for her. She ended up painting it a very light gray. I posed it in the snow after we were finished. =) Print below and enjoy!
Facts About Beluga Whales:
- Beluga whales are endangered.
- Beluga whales are carnivorous mammals.
- They like to eat fish, crustaceans, and worms.
- Baby beluga whales are gray and start to turn white as they grow.
- Adult whales can grow to 13-20 feet long.
- They weigh between 2,000-3,000 pounds.
- They swim in groups called ‘pods’, and communicate with each other through clicks, whistles, and clangs.
- They are commonly found in arctic waters.
- You can find more facts about beluga whales here.