There’s a video of a Beluga whale who lives in the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium in Connecticut making the rounds on YouTube. Apparently a wedding guest filmed the video of the Mariachi band performing for Juno, the Beluga whale after the guests moved to another area.
Personally, I don’t enjoy seeing captive animals of any kind. But I think what is so beautiful about this video is the communication between Juno and the band. Juno seems to have a good sense of rhythm. Look at that whale dance, bop and move to the music!
What is that expression? Oh yes, music is the universal language. It seems whales can communicate with humans, too.
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