About a month ago, a mysterious beluga whale appeared in Norway’s open waters. Its origins are not known but the whale is suspected to have been trained by the Russian navy. The whale was fitted with a harness and when it was freed from it, the whale continued to live in the sea nearby.
What’s interesting is the whale’s personality. Namely, it appeared that the whale is very kind and considerate.
When a woman named Ina Mansika together with her friends headed down to the waterfront to see whether they can take a peek of the former spy – something astonishing happened!
Not only did they saw the lovely whale who was nice enough to meet and greet them, but it was also helpful to come to the rescue when Ina had a little accident.
Yeah, you read that right. "Spy" whales may apparently be a thing.
Posted by Nine.com.au on Monday, April 29, 2019
“We laid down on the dock to look at it and hopefully get the chance to pat it,” said Mansika. “I had forgotten to close my jacket pocket and my phone fell in the ocean. We assumed it would be gone forever, until the whale dove back down and came back a few moments later with my phone in its mouth!”
Ina was shocked.
“Everyone was so surprised. We almost didn’t believe what we saw,” she said. “I was super happy and thankful that I got my phone back.”
In the video below is the amazing moment.