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Elizabeth Davis from the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, left, and Dennis Christen of the Georgia Aquarium feed a bottle Wednesday to a baby beluga calf being rehabilitated at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward, Alaska. The whale was approximately two days old when it was found in Bristol Bay, Alaska, separated from its mother.

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Alaska aquarium cares for abandoned beluga calf

Marine mammal specialists from across the country have descended on an Alaska aquarium to help care for a baby beluga whale that became separated from its mother shortly after its birth.


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