JULY 31, 2013
31 / 07 / 2013
AL is spotted in the Saguenay Fjord in a herd of about 20 individuals. He is swimming in a group of young belugas that we’ve nicknamed the “teenagers”. They are highly dynamic. One of these individuals, as soon as it comes up for air, greets us with vocalizations that can be heard at the surface. All of this excitement is difficult to make sense of. Until we can unlock the life mysteries of belugas, we place these behaviours in the broad category of “social activities”.