A kayaker got more than he bargained for when he set off hoping to encounter some beluga whales.
His innovative approach of conducting marine biology by singing at the top of his lungs actually managed to draw in a pod of these smaller whales who began to interact with his kayak.
After a period of elation and disbelief, he threw on a scuba mask and began to dive and swim near the animals, singing as he went.
In the most incredible inter-species duet one is likely to hear, the belugas actually began to sing back to him with their chirps and trills.
We’ll leave it to the scientists to make determinations of what exactly these intelligent marine mammals were doing, but beluga whales do communicate via high-frequency sounds that could resemble singing in the auditory environment of the ocean.
YouTube commenters noted nice it was for the belugas to join in, but that rightly detailed that unfortunately, the little whales shouldn’t take the strange singing man home—humans belong in the wild.
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