Aurora, a 30-year-old beluga, died at the Vancouver Aquarium on Nov. 25, 2016 – nine days after her calf, Qila died. Qila was the first beluga whale conceived and born in captivity at a Canadian aquarium.
Aurora, a 30-year-old beluga, died at the Vancouver Aquarium on Nov. 25, 2016 – nine days after her calf, Qila died. Qila was the first beluga whale conceived and born in captivity at a Canadian aquarium. Vancouver Aquarium Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Aurora, a 30-year-old beluga, died at the Vancouver Aquarium on Nov. 25, 2016 – nine days after her calf, Qila died. Qila was the first beluga whale conceived and born in captivity at a Canadian aquarium. Vancouver Aquarium Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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