Beluga Whale || CollectA


Explore the wonders of the ocean with the enchanting Beluga Whale Figurine by CollectA, now available at Sticks & Stones Education, your ultimate destination for educational toys. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this lifelike figurine captures the playful elegance of one of the ocean's most beloved creatures.

Crafted from durable materials, this figurine withstands the adventures of young explorers while retaining its exquisite appearance. From its distinctive white coloring to its friendly expression and unique rounded head, every detail embodies the beauty and charm of the beluga whale.

Whether used as an educational tool, a captivating centerpiece in a marine-themed display, or a catalyst for imaginative underwater adventures, the CollectA Beluga Whale Figurine promises to inspire curiosity and wonder in children of all ages. Dive into the magic of the ocean and bring home the spirit of the beluga whale with this stunning piece from CollectA, exclusively at Sticks & Stones Education.


  • CollectA Beluga Whale 
  • Size : 17.5cm x 9cm x 5cm
  • Suitable for ages 3+
  • Made from PVC,
  • Painted with non-toxic acrylic paints.

Fun Facts about Beluga Whales:

Beluga whales are fascinating creatures with many unique characteristics. Here are some fun facts about them:

1. Arctic Residents: Beluga whales, also known as "sea canaries" due to their high-pitched vocalizations, are found exclusively in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters. They inhabit coastal areas, estuaries, and open ocean regions with sea ice.

2. Distinctive Appearance: Beluga whales are easily recognizable by their distinctive all-white coloring, which helps them blend in with the Arctic sea ice. Unlike other whale species, belugas lack a dorsal fin, which allows them to navigate through cracks in the ice more easily.

3. Adaptable Swimmers: Beluga whales are highly adapted to their icy environment. They have a flexible neck that allows them to turn their heads in all directions and can swim both forward and backward. They are also capable of diving to depths of up to 2,000 feet (600 meters).

4. Vocal Communicators: Beluga whales are known for their extensive repertoire of vocalizations, including clicks, whistles, and chirps. They use these sounds to communicate with each other, navigate, and locate prey in the dark Arctic waters.

5. Social Creatures: Beluga whales are highly social animals and often travel in groups called pods. These pods can range in size from a few individuals to several hundred, depending on factors like location and food availability.

6. Migratory Patterns: Beluga whales undertake seasonal migrations between their summer feeding grounds in the Arctic and their winter breeding grounds in more southerly waters. During these migrations, they may travel hundreds or even thousands of miles.

7. Feeding Habits: Beluga whales are opportunistic feeders and consume a variety of prey, including fish, squid, crustaceans, and even small mammals. They use echolocation to locate and capture their prey in the dark Arctic waters.

8. Long Lifespan: Beluga whales have relatively long lifespans, with individuals in the wild typically living 35 to 50 years on average. In captivity, they can live even longer, with some individuals reaching their 60s or 70s.

9. Cultural Significance: Beluga whales hold cultural significance for indigenous peoples of the Arctic, who have relied on them for food, clothing, and other resources for thousands of years. They are also a popular subject for eco-tourism and scientific research.

10. Conservation Concerns: Beluga whales face threats from habitat loss, pollution, climate change, and human activities such as shipping and oil exploration. Conservation efforts are underway to protect these iconic Arctic creatures and their fragile ecosystem.