The Baby Beluga Game Community
Here we post news and info on beluga whales, provide ocean science updates for kids, answer questions we receive from customers, share new ideas on how to play the game, and post special offers.
A young narwhal has apparently been adopted by a group of beluga youths in the St. Lawrence estuary, Canada. Much fun seems to be the result for the social cetaceans. Scientists from GREMM (Group for Research and Education on Marine Mammals) have observed...read more
Materials: Pencil and paper, or chalkboard and chalk, etc. Time Estimate: 5 to 15 minutes Number of Players: 2 or more Object of the Game: To cooperatively create a drawing Skills: Cooperation; Taking turns; Drawing To Play: In this game, children take turns adding to...read more
We hope you have a chance to watch the one-hour film, Call of the Baby Beluga, broadcast on television by National Geographic. In many ways, the film’s true story of a real baby beluga who has been separated from her mom but aided by knowledgeable and compassionate...read more
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