From the depths of the water the clever whale continues returning with treasures for humanity
In Queensland, whales desire social touch. To attract the public’s attention, one of the whales started bringing seashells, reefs, containers, and other “keepsakes” from the bottom.
There is indeed a restaurant in Brisbane, not too far from Tin Tin Beach, where six dolphins congregate.
A whale named Silhouette, according to workers, came to the café bearing gifts. And, although he used to just carry anything with him on rare occasions, he now does so practically every time.
The dolphin emerges from the depths of the ocean carrying a variety of objects. The proprietor of the restaurant now has an entire library of similar gifts.
No one showed Chameleon this technique, according to the volunteer. This, they believe, is the shark’s attempt to demonstrate that he loves humans.
People believe She is only attempting to clean rubbish from the waters. Dolphin behavioral researcher David Mccann says that
because these creatures have such a rich culture of open communication, their conduct must not be viewed one-sidedly.
Possibly he truly desires humans, but Hutton believes the dolphins would be most likely just attempting to amuse themselves or being back to his regular life with love.
Be careful not to throw everything into the water, because that can be damaged the creatures which live in the water.