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Beluga whales filmed 'grooving' to cello music

By Ben Hooper
Beluga whales filmed 'grooving' to cello music
A pair of beluga whales "grooving" to a cellist's music aboard the Beluga Boat in Manitoba. Explore.org/Facebook video screenshot

CHURCHILL, Manitoba, Aug. 12 (UPI) -- A cellist aboard a Canadian whale watching boat made some underwater fans when his rendition of a Beatles song drew the attention of beluga whales.

Wildlife watching charity Explore.org shared a video on Facebook showing the cellist playing "Yesterday" by the Beatles on the deck of the group's "Beluga Boat" in Manitoba's Churchill River.

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Beluga whales can be seen gathering just underwater next to the boat as the cellist plays.

"We were treated to an open air cello concert aboard the Beluga Boat. Do you see the mom and calf whales grooving to the tunes?" the charity said.

We were treated to an open air cello concert aboard the Beluga Boat. Do you see the mom and calf whales grooving to the tunes?

Posted by explore.org on Tuesday, August 11, 2015

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