Beluga-en

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Marjo

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks It is easier to identify Marjo from her left side thanks to the scar on her peduncle resembling a pair of eyeglasses. To confirm her identity from the right, one must carefully study t...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    DL0584

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks The dorsal crest of DL0584 has too few markings to identify her. She is recognizable only from her left side thanks to the deep, irregular scar below her dorsal crest, which has become...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Nomi

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks Our first encounter with Nomi goes back to the summer of 1994. She was already white at the time, making her age difficult to estimate. However, as belugas fade from gray to white in c...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Elle
    (adoption pending)

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks Identifying Elle from the left side requires meticulous study of the details of her dorsal crest. Her telltale field mark is the small round scar on her right side, in front of her dor...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Blanche

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks It is much easier to identify Blanche from the left side, thanks to the large bulge in the centre of her flank. This mark has become more complex over the years. She only has a small g...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Bélibec

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    Her field marks The even spacing between the similar notches in her dorsal crest make recognition of Bélibec easy, from the left or the right side. Life history Our first encounter with Bélibec date...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Blue

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks Faint markings in Blue’s dorsal crest are sufficient for a positive identification using just this body part. He also has several overlapping small, grey lines on his right flank in ...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Serena

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    How to recognize her Serena can be identified by her prominent and grayish dorsal crest, as well as the small but deep scar on her upper flank around her peduncle. She also shows a gray line on her ri...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    DL1214

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks DL1214 can be recognized especially by the gray spot on his upper flank, just behind his head. Relatively unmarked up until 2005, his dorsal crest today shows a multitude of gashes. Li...

  • 2015 / 05 / 11

    Bilou

    Par Marie-Sophie Giroux / Beluga-en

    His field marks We’re not yet able to identify Bilou from the right side. His left flank shows several scars, the main one of which being nearly twice as long as his dorsal crest. Life history I...