Woman accidentally dropped her phone at the sea moments a whale returned it to her

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Woman accidentally dropped her phone at the sea moments a whale returned it to her

A whale wearing a harness spotted in the open waters around Hammerfest, Norway, was suspected to be trained by the Russian navy. But he has since been freed from the harness and continues to linger nearby.

https://www.facebook.com/Ninecomau/posts/2317192324986433

So when Inna Mansika and her friends were in the area on that day, they decided if they could discover the alleged former spy. A Beluga Whale happened standing there, but when Inna bent over the dock to greet him, her phone sprang out of a jacket pocket.

She assumed her cell phone went on forever when something amazing happened. Everything is recorded in a video, which you can watch below (click on Instagram post to post):

The friendly whale returned to the surface after returning the woman's phone and returning it to her! They didn't finally believe, the phone was permanently damaged by water, but this idea is important! ๐Ÿ˜‰

People are not sure if a Beluga whale might rely heavily on others to live alone in the wild because of its training, and it should be considered. The Washington Post is talking about a plan to move the whales to a shrine in Iceland.

h/t PawMyGosh

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