Congrats, U Guys!

[U mind if I get in the photo? Well, even if you do, like you can stop me, right?]

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Juno the Beluga Whale decides to photobomb a wedding photo at the Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut in mid-December. Spotted on MSN News.

Comments

  1. Juno blesses this union!

  2. Martha in Washington says:

    Juno is adorable…but a man in a kilt is even better!

  3. Jenny Islander says:

    I get the impression from reading here that belugas and sea otters in aquaria tend to regard people standing at their observation ports as free entertainment.

  4. Exactly! We’re entertaining each other, which is kinda neat!

  5. Cutest wedding crasher EVER!! :)

  6. I have a video of a sea otter waving at me. It clearly enjoyed playing to the crowd!

  7. I TOTally agree!!

  8. I see the tidesmaid wore white as well. She was heard to complain “I look like a whale in this dress!”

  9. Win again, Oakley! :)

  10. For the mythologically inclined, Juno is the Roman goddess of marriages, so her blessing is extra-special here!

  11. and in the background while Billy Idol sang “It’s a nice day for a white whale wedding”: She was happy she had something old, new, borrowed, and baluga!!

  12. That’s so sweet! And did Juno that you are extra special because Junu that? :-)

  13. Another candidate for the Men of CO calendar (lurve a man in a kilt)

  14. Silly beluga. Don’t you know you’re not supposed to wear white to a wedding?

    On another note: Laughing bride with sunflowers, photobombing beluga, and a MAN IN A KILT! Shut down the Internet, we’re done here.

  15. I know, right?! The finishing touch for me is the way the man in the kilt is wrinkling his nose as he laughs! Stick a fork in it! Done and done!

  16. Jenny Islander says:

    I had one swim down with his (her?) block of frozen shrimp to bash it against the Plexiglas directly in front of my two-year-old’s face. She just about turned inside out, so after the otter picked out some shrimp, he/she came back to do it again. “See, Earl? The little ones make incredible noises when we do stuff like this!”