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A cute Beluga whale is caught on camera and gives a playful smile after splashing patrons in Mystic Aquarium

A Beluga whale seems to be delighted moment after soaking patrons in a Connecticut aquarium

  • A Beluga whale is caught on camera-living customers in Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut
  • Naughty mammal was filmed seemingly smiling after performing the stunt
  • The marine animals are known for their playful nature, making them popular with patrons in aquariums in North America
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A cute Beluga whale is caught on camera that seems to give a playful smile after splashing patrons in Mystic Aquarium.

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The heartwarming moment was filmed this weekend by a tourist who visited the famous marine park in Connecticut.

In the clip the inquisitive Beluga is looking from behind the glass at the crowd as it opens its mouth and sucks some water.

The mischievous mammal then climbs to the surface before spraying the water over the top of the open swimming pool, where it soaks a nearby observer.

Crowd can hear hysterical laughter, and the man did not seem to mind being splashed by the sea creature given the hot summer temperature.

A cute Beluga whale is caught on camera and gives a playful smile after splashing patrons in Mystic Aquarium

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A cute Beluga whale is caught on camera and gives a playful smile after splashing patrons in Mystic Aquarium

The joy of the patrons, however, seemed to fade in comparison with that of the Beluga – which seemed to grin after the brutal act.

Mystic Aquarium is home to three Beluga whales – a male named Luna and two females, Kela and Natasha.

Natasha, who is 37 years old, did not arrive in the park until February after she was transferred from Sea World in San Antonio.

The naughty mammal then climbs to the surface before spraying the water over the top of the open swimming pool, where it soaks

The naughty mammal then climbs to the surface before spraying the water over the top of the open swimming pool, where it soaks

Crowd can hear hysterical laughter, and the man did not seem to mind being splashed by the marine animal in view of the hot summer temperature
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Crowd can hear hysterical laughter, and the man did not seem to mind being splashed by the marine animal in view of the hot summer temperature

The mischievous mammal then rises to the surface before spraying the water over the top of the open swimming pool, where it soaks a nearby observer

It is unclear which of the three Beluga whales was responsible for splashing the viewer.

The whales are one of the main attractions in Mystic Aquarium, which was first opened in 1972.

Beluga & # 39; s – considered to be the most distinguishable whale species – live up to 50 years and are known for their playful nature, making them popular with aquarium visitors throughout America.

The whales are one of the main attractions in Mystic Aquarium, which was first opened in 1972
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The whales are one of the main attractions in Mystic Aquarium, which was first opened in 1972

The whales are one of the main attractions in Mystic Aquarium, which was first opened in 1972

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