Hello, friends. I just saw a photo of a beluga whale for the first time, and I am now well and truly OBSESSED. Glitterd / Getty Images I honestly don't understand how something so bloody cute can exist. I mean, JUST LOOK AT THIS DERPY FACE FOR A MINUTE PLEASE. Jclegg / Getty Images I cannot handle this level of cuteness. 😍😍😍 And would you look at this white QUEEN of the Arctic Circle?! Jclegg / Getty Images She looks so regal and poised. Such a lady! Their little heads are just so lumpy and cute. Dejavu Designs / Getty Images And those big bumps on their head? Oh, yep, they have names. They're called — wait for it — melons. MELONS!!! They also move their necks in the sassiest of ways, and IT IS BLOODY ADORABLE. Vladone / Getty Images The vertebrae in their necks aren't fused together, so they can almost move their heads like humans do. Don't get me started on BELUGA BABIES!! Cmeder / Getty Images This little cub is so, so smol and so, so hungry. 😍 Or how HILARIOUS their long bodies are. Andrea Izzotti / Getty Images HE THICC. Or how chubby they look when they come up for air. Kovlad / Getty Images I want to hug and squeeze this guy sooo badly. They're also one of the only whales that can SWIM BACKWARDS! Cmeder / Getty Images Look at him go! I am so proud. Which means they can fool around like this: Christopher-lee / Getty Images I could definitely play peak-a-boo with these guys all day. They also have teeth, which are pretty damn ADORABLE... Wordsatwork / Getty Images I just love their faces so much. ...and give them other special skills, like catching basketballs. Wrangel / Getty Images So talented. They are also very social and LOVE to make friends. Plasticsteak1 / Getty Images SMART AND KIND GOOD BOIS. ❤️ And they spend their days hunting, talking, maxing, and relaxing. Mrtekmekci / Getty Images This guy is just out here living his BEST whale life. So in conclusion, beluga whales are the best and I want to love and care for them with every fibre of my being. Sandraminarik / Getty Images Thank you for coming to my beluga whale Ted Talk. Stask / Getty Images "Baaai."