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Polar bear with cubs Featured Beluga Whale Print

Polar bear with cubs

Polar bear and cubs (Ursus maritimus). This large predator is native throughout Arctic circumpolar regions, although its range is limited by the extent of the pack ice. A male polar bear can weigh up to 600kg and measure 2.6m in length. Its diet ranges from birds to beluga whales to its more regular prey of seals. The polar bear can hunt on the land and in the water. It is known to have killed humans. Photographed in Svalbard, in the Arctic

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Beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucasat), Canada Featured Beluga Whale Print

Beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucasat), Canada

Other common names: white whale, Belukha, and sea canary. eluga whales are born black or dark brown, and gradually turn a distinctive creamy white colour as they mature. Native throughout the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions

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US Navy sea lion training underwater Featured Beluga Whale Print

US Navy sea lion training underwater

US Navy sea lion (Zalophus californianus), training underwater. This animal has been trained by the Navy Marine Mammal Program (NMMP), San Diego, USA, to locate objects underwater. The sea lion carries a tethered bite-plate in its mouth. It is trained to locate objects which emit a low frequency 'ping' (such as underwater mines) and hook the bite plate onto the object. Once secured, navy crew in a boat are able to pull the object out of the water. The sea lion carries a backpack transponder to enable the animal's movements to be tracked. The US Navy also trains dolphins, killer whales and beluga whales for a variety of underwater tasks that are easier for animals to perform than human divers

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