Okay, time for some real talk: there aren't too many uses for bagpipe music. Outside of Scottish funerals, weddings, and holidays, demand for this lumpy, amorphous instrument is decidedly low. Part of the reason: that whiny, shrill sound that comes out of the darn thing. Personally, I've always compared it to the noise whales likely emit during their mating ritual.

Funny enough, this comparison is more apt than I thought. And here's the proof: for whatever reason, the bagpiper in this video opts to play one of his screeching tunes at an aquarium. His audience: a beluga whale. And sure enough, the saucy mammal really gets into it. To the point it would purchase one of the guy's overpriced CDs had it a $20 bill nearby. No accounting for taste, am I right?