Emotional moment: White whale smiles as it is released back into the sea after 9 years in captivity as a circus

Normal life should be given to all living creatures on this planet. Lions, for example, belong in the wild, not in small cages in circuses.Intelligent aquatic mammals, such as beluga whales, are happiest when they live in the sea.When the Beluga whales were released back into the ocean, they smiled.People need freedom, and these do, too.

The following photos of two belugas, Little Grey and Little White, will make your day. They smiled broadly as they were released back into the ocean for the first time.
The adorable beluga whale duo was captured off the coast of Russia in 2011 and was still very young. The duo has since performed at the Chegfeg Ocean World Aquarium in Shaghai, Chia.

Little Grey and Little White were released back into the ocean after nine years in captivity, as part of a long-planned repatriation project.The two were flown 6,000 miles to Iceland and would stay in the Beluga Whale Sanctuary, run by the British charity Sea Life Trust.

If you have any doubts about the defiitio of freedom, just look at the whales’ large smiles during the transfer.They couldn’t hide the happiness on their faces. They were being waved by the blue ocean.Is there anything better?

The Beluga Whale Sactuary is an open-water sactuary for belugas, so it allows the belugas to adjust to the colder Icelandic eviromet. Little Grey and Little White stayed there for several months until they were released back into the ocean.

Movig two belugas was no easy task. The pair weighs a little more than a ton (2,000 pouds) each and consumes around 110 pouds of fish per day between them. To keep them hosed down during the journey, organizers need to prepare specially designed equipment, veteriaria, and a whole lot of water and ice.

Thankfully, everything went smoothly. Two adorable beluga whales are enjoying their lives in the ocean. Freedom is awesome!