Arctic adventure tour guide Nansen Weber captured aerial footage of 2,000 beluga whales frolicking in pristine Arctic waters in northern Canada last summer and recently published an edited version online.
"This drone actually allowed me a new perspective of seeing what they're doing," Weber told Canada’s CBC News. "You can clearly see all the mothers and calves. You can see rubbing. They're just having a huge party."
"I think it's important that people know that pristine places like this beluga place is one of a kind in the world," Weber told CBC. "It's something that we should look into and hopefully save because it might not be there in the future."