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Beluga whales enjoy first open water swim in new sanctuary home

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Beluga whales enjoy first open water swim in new sanctuary home

Beluga whales enjoy first open water swim in new sanctuary home

Two beluga whales, Little Grey and Little White, have taken their first swimin their open water sanctuary home in Iceland.

Carefully monitored by thewhales’ expert care team, Little Grey and Little White were released for thefirst time to fully explore the natural surroundings of the wider sanctuary atKlettsvik Bay on Heimaey, one of the Westman Islands off the south coast ofIceland.


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