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Do beluga whales have natural enemies? What are they

Although beluga whales are relatively large, they also have natural enemies. In the ocean, the natural enemy of beluga whales is killer whales. Killer whales are larger and more ferocious whales. They have sharp teeth and high IQ. They may prey on beluga whales. Among terrestrial animals, there are also natural enemies of beluga whales, such as polar bears. They prey on seals, beluga whales and other animals, but they mainly catch young beluga whales. In addition, human beings can also be said to be the natural enemies of beluga whales. 1、 Do beluga whales have natural enemies? Beluga whales are a kind of whales that live in the ocean. They are carnivores and can prey on many kinds of animals. Beluga whales have fewer natural enemies because they are higher in the marine food chain. But that doesn't mean beluga whales don't have natural enemies. In fact, most animals have natural enemies and are a link in the food chain. If an animal has no natural enemies, it may lead to a sharp increase in their number and eventually destroy the ecological balance. So do beluga whales. They also have natural enemies. Specifically, beluga whales have natural enemies not only in the sea, but also in land animals. 2、 What are the natural enemies of beluga whales? As mentioned above, beluga whales have natural enemies, and more than one animal is their natural enemy. Among the marine animals, some ferocious and large animals can be said to be the natural enemies of beluga whales. For example, killer whales are very large and fierce whales among whales. They have sharp teeth, strong predation ability and high IQ. Killer whales can be regarded as the natural enemies of beluga whales. Sometimes they prey on beluga whales or hurt them.

In addition to natural enemies in the sea, there are also natural enemies of beluga whales among terrestrial animals. Polar bears, for example, can prey on large animals, such as seals and beluga whales. However, polar bears usually catch young beluga whales, and rarely catch large adult beluga whales. Moreover, human beings can be said to be the natural enemies of many animals. Human hunting is also one of the important reasons for the reduction of the number of beluga whales. (BaiJingYouTianDiMa,TianDiYouNaXie)