A baby Beluga whale that was found alone and in distress in Western Cook Inlet, Alaska. At only four weeks old, the baby beluga is now getting the life-saving care it needs by a team of experts around the clock. The calf remains under 24-hour observation. There are less than 400 Cook Inlet Whales left in the wild, marking them as a critically endangered species
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Submitted by member Meagan A.
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