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Here are some categories of past expeditions, research, blogs and more...

♦ Please browse through the details of our past adventures and learn about a new location, isolated region and what threatens each unique living ecosystems.

Did you know?

Beluga Whales, also known as "White Whales" live in the arctic and sub-arctic waters of the world.

They live in pods of hundreds, and even thousands of individuals, and their 'clicks', 'squeaks', and 'chips' are among the most distinctive of any mammal, earning them the nickname of "Sea Canary".

Living in the some of the coldest oceans, Belugas have a 10 centimeter thick layer of blubber insulating their bodies. In fact, half of their weight is FAT!

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