Weight: 2000 - 3000 lbs.
Length: 13-20 ft.
Fact: One of the smallest species of whale
Where did it get its name?
The name beluga comes from the Russian word "bielo" meaning white.
Beluga whales are mammals.
They are warm-blooded, breathe air, produce milk to feed their young, and they give birth.
Beluga whales live in groups called pods.
Beluga babies are called calves.
Beluga whales feed and swim with their calves.