Monday, February 21, 2011

Baby Beluga in Plate Cove

Summertime in Newfoundland holds many surprises - especially at the ocean. While Humpback whales are the norm, Potheads are common and Killer whales are occasional visitors. In recent years Belugas have been showing up.

They have been spotted in many areas of the province, often in quiet coves. Their interest in humans, and ours in them, have provided lots of great close encounters.

The footage below is from Plate Cove, on the province's east coast.

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