OMG! Two Beluga Whales Take A Flight To Populate Marine Life All The Way To Iceland!!

Two beluga whales named Little Grey and Little White are moved from Chinese sanctuary to Iceland for populating captivated marine sanctuary of captive marine mammals. Scroll down to know more about the little ones!!!

The Flight!

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The flight responsibility was given to Cargolux, it was an eleven-hour-long flight, from Shanghai to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport.

Little Grey And Little White

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The two whales are extremely cute! Both the whales are expected to reach the age of 35 to 50 years of age. The whales have done well on the 11-hour journey and are in good shape.

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The History Of Whales

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Little White And Little Grey were captured from Russian waters and were sold to the Chengfeng Ocean World Aquarium about 10 years ago.

Don’t Belong To Iceland!

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The beluga whales do not belong to Iceland. Originally they belong to the Arctic Ocean where there are about 135,000 mature beluga whales.

 How Were They Taken?

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After the 11-hour flight, the two whales were moved onto a truck, after that the last milestone for their journey was a 30-minute boat ride to Westman Archipelago, where they’ll be set to stay in an indoor pool for forty days, while the caretakers will add their food intake to help them build extra blubber for the heat insulation.

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Beluga Sanctuary

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After hearing the news about whales, people around the world are happy, and Beluga Sanctuary made sure to keep them informed, they tweeted the entire whereabouts about the journey and their whereabouts, many people all over the world are happy to hear that they are doing well.

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People’s Point Of View

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A research professor at the University of Iceland questioned, what the massive operation has accomplished? Whale-watching to her means watching the mammals in their natural surroundings, which evidently Iceland is not. “Why to bring two whales, whose species is not naturally in Icelandic water, and keep them in captivity here?” asked the researcher. Although, both the whales are moved to Iceland, there have been no issues reported as of now, it is expected that both the female whales will help in raising the population of Iceland.

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