Four year old Kaleb Stanley (R), from Dublin, reaches up to puncture a giant bubble with the help of his seven year old brother Jacob on London's South Bank on May 9, 2008 in England. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
A street artist makes soap bubbles in front of the Alte Nikolaikirche church at the Roemerberg square in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on August 12, 2018. (Photo by Frank Rumpenhorst/DPA/AFP Photo)
The talent in bubbles unfurled the white Beluga whales living in Shimane Aquarium in Japan.As shown in the picture, have learned to make bubble rings, indicative of high intelligence.Whales blowing air from the mouth to create a stream and immediately after xanafysoun powerfully in the same place so that the bubbles to form a ring.Beluga whales are organized in groups and are social animals. They live in Arctic and sub-Arctic and known as "sea canaries" and mimic a wide range of sounds.