DL9056

Beluga

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  • ID number

    DL9056

  • Sex

    Unknown

  • Year of birth

    Before 2000

  • Known Since

    2012

Distinctive traits

DL9056 has no visible markings on either its right or left flank. It does, however, have a highly serrated dorsal crest with a larger notch in the center.

Life history

We first met DL9056 in 2012. At the time, he was already immaculately white. Beluga whales change color from gray to white between the ages of 12 and 16. He would therefore have been born before 2000.

He has been observed among adults and young grays, as well as with adults, young grays and calves.

The rest of DL9056’s story will tell us a lot about the evolution of the beluga’s social life. By understanding how belugas live, we can better protect them.

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Observations history in the Estuary

2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021
2022

Years in which the animal was not observed Years in which the animal was observed