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Image of the Day: Arctic Tour

Beluga whales make their way through patches of sea ice around West Greenland.

The Scientist Staff

KRISTIN LAIDRE/UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON (VIA EUREKALERT)

(See D.D.W. Hauser et al., “Regional diving behavior of Pacific Arctic beluga whales Delphinapterus leucas and possible associations with prey," Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2015.)

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