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 (bə-lo͞o′kə, byĕ-lo͞o′KHə)
A peak, 4,506 m (14,783 ft) high, of the Altai Mountains in south-central Russia near the border of Kazakhstan. It is the highest elevation in the range.
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An OCSEAP study that originally focused on Steller sea lion, Eumetopias jubatus, investigations in the Gulf of Alaska (Calkins and Pitcher (5)) was "expanded to include an examination of the distribution and abundance of belukha whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in Cook Inlet" (p.
Growth layer groups (GLGs) in the teeth of an adult belukha whale (Delphinapterus leucas) of known age: Evidence for two annual layers.
Kazakhstani bands Roksonaki, Aldaspan, Sharapat, Turkish band Baba Zula, Georgian virtuoso band The Shin, Yaric-Ecuador, Bashkir band Argymak, Buryat duet Namgar, a Kyrgyz singer Gulzada, an Atlai singer Bolota Bairysheva with Belukha Jam band, Radik Tyulyush, Chyltys from Mountain Shoriya and one of a kind Sainkho will perform at the festival.
Pella Shipyard announced that it has introduced serial tugboat of Belukha 16609 series in Russia.
Belukha, attracts increasing numbers of tourists from Russia and abroad every year, all eager to hunt, fish, raft, and explore the Siberian wilderness.
El sistema montanoso de Altay--su monte mas alto Belukha tiene 4506 metros-- se encuentra tanto en como en Kazajstan, Mongolia y China y fue habitado desde la Edad de Piedra.
Investigations of belukha whales in coastal waters of western and northern Alaska.
Blanca como el paisaje polar, su nombre deriva precisamente de tal vocablo en ruso, belukha (por eso a la hueva de esturion blanco se le llama "caviar beluga"), con el cual los marineros del zar la bautizaron a mediados del siglo pasado; y su denominacion cientifica tiene un significado parecido en latin: Delphinapterus leucas o "delfin blanco sin espina dorsal".
Far from merely surviving, the land and sea provide them with a wealth of resources including seals, walrus, belukha whales, fish (both ocean-going and fresh water), waterfowl, small mammals, moose, musk oxen, bears, berries (from which they make the festive mixture known as akutaq), and greens.