Man plays fetch with beluga whale in adorable video
The caption on the video posted on Twitter called the moment Ã¢ÂÂincredibleÃ¢ÂÂ
A delightful viral video of a man playing fetch with a beluga whale is winning the internet with its message to stop using plastic.
A video posted on Twitter by a user named StanceGrounded shows a man cruising on a motor boat, throwing a rugby ball to the beluga whale, who returns it back to him. The caption on the video called the moment ‘incredible.’ It further appeals people to refrain from using plastic as it may prove harmful for animals that live in water. It reads, “We don’t deserve these creatures protect them at all costs.”
This man is playing fetch with a Beluga Whale. This is INCREDIBLE. âÂ¤ï¸Â— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) November 7, 2019
We honestly don't deserve these Majestic Creatures. ðÂÂ
Protect them at all costs.
PLEASE STOP USING PLASTIC pic.twitter.com/LpqqS4V7jI
The video has been retweeted more than 143,600 times and has garnered over 465,800 likes, with many users reminiscing the times they confronted beluga whales and dolphins in similar excursions.
Once I was riding a jet ski and a school of dolphins came. Biggest one put his head on my foot, looked me in the eyes.— Mr.Ebbe (@ebbe_mr) November 8, 2019
In that moment. He saw me for who I was. Not human bias. But actually.
And I saw him. Truly. Not the outer form.
Biggest impact on me. And I been to war
For decades I used to fish underwater(no aqualung) or trolling from a small boat. Once, two dolphins approached the boat, looked at me. I stopped the 4HP engine immediately. After a while, they showed me their baby. One of the parents came back to salute.From then,I quit fishing— ector (@ector15566736) November 8, 2019
Thank you! This is truly amazing!âÂ¤ï¸ÂâÂ¤ï¸Â we definitely need to do more to protect our oceans! Recycling is not working! We need an alternative for plastic. We all need to do better ðÂÂ¢— @Q (@SusanWojda) November 7, 2019
Giant sea puppies are the best puppies!— State Banjo (@StateBanjo) November 7, 2019
This is so awesome!!! We have a tremendously important obligation to do all we to protect this planet for all the majestic creatures that share it with us!— Tracy Sasser (@TracySasser3) November 7, 2019
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