Beluga whales are beautiful…!
They always look like that-they were born that way,it’s a permanent part of their anatomy.
Zoos and aquariums have never been places where animals or sea creatures belong; just deep forests and deep blue seas are where they belong and can find happiness.
Beluga whales are adorable and intelligent creatures that are beloved by many people; as a result, many aquarium businesses have captured dolphins to use for tourism and entertainment purposes.
These Beluga Whales were rescued after more than a decade of cap.tiv.ity and entertained visitors!
Fortunately, the Sea Life Trust, a community group based in the United Kingdom, became aware of the two whales’ tr.agic story and decided to rescue them. They transported two whales in special slings designed to protect their bodies, which were then loaded into a truck, then transferred to a Boeing 747-400ERF cargo plane and finally the tugboat when they arrived in Iceland.
For the first time in years, two Beluga whales known as Little White and Little Grey are swimming with other Belugas after traveling halfway around the world.
They are currently resting at their bayside pool and will require some time to adjust to their new natural environment and all of the outdoor elements before being released into the large reserve.
The whales seemed happy to realize they were about to be set free and returned home!
It’s awesome to see more and more wild animals return to their natural habitat after years in cap.tiv.ity. I hope they adjust after spending so much time in captivity. No wild animals should be kept in cap.tiv.ity unless they are i.l.l or in.jur.ed, they should be released back into the wild.
Watch the rescue in the video below:
Hope they can cope.. definitely a big change to their lives. From hand fed to catching their own food.
Good luck!!! ✨🌊✨🐳✨🌊✨ He’s so trusting …not much choice …Love him ✨❤️✨