Beluga Whale Plays Peek A Boo With Kids At Aquarium
A trip to the aquarium is usually a chance for children to watch sea animals go about their own business, oblivious to outside observers. In this video, a beluga whale turns the tables as it.
Michelle Cotton filmed the animated sea creature called Juno pulling funny faces through the window of his tank during a visit to the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut. As he smashes his head against the glass and snap its jaws fiercely open joke, son of Mrs. Cotton and a friend heard screams of joy.
Juno seems perfected their stage performance and knows the exact movements that make his audience shudder. As he playfully throws it back and forth, your viewers jump in shock. Finally it rises to the surface of the water to the air and nothing out. According to the website of the aquarium, Juno loves to see visitors in the underwater viewing area.
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The aquarium says 12-year-old Juno was not showing aggression and was just playing around. The whale was transferred to Mystic Aquarium on breeding loan to SeaWorld Orlando in January 2010. He measures is 11 feet, nine inches long and weighs 1320 pounds.
Mystic is home to one of the largest exhibitions of outdoor beluga whales in the USA. The animals are native to the Arctic Ocean and its adjacent seas. They eat a varied diet including salmon, shrimp, mussels, octopus, crabs and sandworms.