Lonely whale

Beluga visits Bay of Fundy.

“Since we’ve been studying them we know that there have been at least 20 of these young juvenile animals that have become sociable with humans across Eastern Canada,” Kinsman said.

Little is known about why the belugas become separated from their group.

Kinsman said the whales usually make contact with humans because they are lonely.

“These little animals are typically not looking for food,” she said. “What they are really looking for is social interaction.”

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