Beluga Speaking Across Time (2002)
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The white Beluga whale and their relationship to Arctic people throughout history is revealed in the discovery of 6,000-year old rock carvings found in the Republic of Karelia in Northwestern Russia, and the Eastern Canadian Arctic. With the assistance of a modern day shamen who plays music to whales, the Russian Academy of Science, and traditional Inuit hunters, the filmmakers journey through these remote, spectacular regions to unveil the elusive world of the beluga whale and their unique connection to humans past, present and future.
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