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ID:CON_01454106Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at
ID:CON_01454114Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at
ID:CON_01454115Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454112Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to
ID:CON_01454111Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at
ID:CON_01454110Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454109Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454108Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454107Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454105Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at
ID:CON_01454104Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to
ID:CON_01454103Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Belugas are known as the canaries of the sea because of their socialising in groups and vibrant churp, the beautiful video captures them from older animals to newborns and mum and child) - Rare footage has capt
ID:CON_01454102Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Dolphins swim and swirl through the waters, in the hopeful soon to be marine protected area in Lancaster Sound - shot by Sea Legacy) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at
ID:CON_01454113Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to
ID:CON_01454101Referencia Original:CATERS_DRONE_FOOTAGE_OF_BELUGA_WAutor:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSInstrucciones:SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWSOrigen:Caters News AgencyCopyright:2017 © SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS / Caters News Agency / CONTACTOPie de Imagen:PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to give birth. From older belugas to newborns the beautiful belugas were filmed as they sought out the safety of the birthplace safe away from predators and to molt dead skin. The mammals majestically swirl through estuaries to the temporary home, socialising with a vocal chirp that earned them the nickname canaries of the sea. Sea Legacy filmed the beautiful creatures in Lancaster Sound, also known as Tallurutiup Imanga, a territory off the northern tip of Canada. They are campaigning to make the Lancaster Sound become a Marine Protected Area to protect the areas wondrous wildlife and environment. If successful it will prevent oil exploration, additional tanker traffic and development of the area that risks destroying the area. - SEE CATERS COPY *** Local Caption *** PICS BY SEA LEGACY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The tiny white specks are beluga whales majestically swirling their way through the waters - up to 800) - Rare footage has captured up to 800 giant white whales from above in the at-risk home where they come to