Also known as the beluga whale and the white whale, the beluga is a whale species found in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters. Its closest living relative is the narwhal, and both animals are the only living members of the family Monodontidae.
Scientific Name: Delphinapterus leucas
Characteristics: Beluga whales are unique in their physical appearance because they are completely white. They are gregarious, and often live in large groups.
Non-toxic and BPA free
Size: 20.32cm L x 7.62cm H
Suitable for ages 3+ years