What kind of whales are completely white?



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    The Beluga, whose name means “white one” in Russian, is completely white as an adult. These whales are relatively small, about 15 feet long, and have a distinctive, bulbous melon on their forehead. Other distinctive attributes are the Beluga’s ability to rotate its head laterally thanks to its non-fused cervical vertebra and its lack of a dorsal fin.

    Albino humpback and Orca whales have also been spotted but they are extremely rare.

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