"This Is How They Treat Us": Whale Helps Woman Find Her Phone that Fell into Water, Gives it Back to Her
- A Tiktok video showing a whale helping a woman retrieve her phone that fell into the water has warmed hearts
- The viral video displayed the kindness of some animals, and it was a moving moment for the other women around who were thrilled with the action of the whale
- The white-coloured whale went into the water and came back with the phone in its mouth, gently opening it for the owner to pick it up
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Many videos have shown the kindness of animals to human beings and this Tiktok video showing a Beluga whale going into the water to retrieve a phone for a woman was no different.
In the viral video, two women waited as the whale searched for the phone and brought it to them.
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By the time the whale came to the woman with the phone, they were already excited that such rare kindness was happening to them.
Whale finds phone in water
After shouts of excitement, they picked the phone from the whale's mouth and the kind animal gently returned to the water again.
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The video really touched the emotions of people who saw it and many social media users who reacted were amazed by the whale's intelligence.
As of the time of publishing this report, the video has gathered over 3 million likes with over 29,400 comments on Tiktok.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Beluga whales are one of the most intelligent animals in the world."
"Beluga whales are just giant sea puppies."
"Beluga whales are extremely intelligent. They are amazing."
"Beluga whales are what we think dolphins are. They are the true civil animals of the sea."
@pekoneko also reacted:
"This is how they treat us. We have to respect their homes too."
Watch the video below:
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