The boys saved an infant beluga whale in Canada during their holidays.
During the holiday’s young boys noticed an infant beluga whale in St. Lawrence River in Canada who was washed ashore. Nicholas Milliard who was just 15 years old told how he managed to save the whale with his brave brother.
The animal was drying and the boys needed to pour water to save the animal’s life.
Milliard said that they made a big hole so that the water could gather there and the skin would hydrate.
The Quebec family asked for the rescuers’ help and kept up taking care of the animal till the rescuers arrived. Once the rescuers came they took the animal back to the water.
So, they think that the mother of the animal or other beluga will take care of and feed him and save his life.
So these animals look after their cubs until they turn 2 years old because without that care they cannot live.
The population of beluga whales who lived in the St.
Lawrence River has reduced by reaching 900, because of the reservoir’s pollution.
And this beluga whale now has a chance to live thanks to the boys’ efforts.