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The Special Moment Between A Sea Otter And A Little Shark Off The Coast Of California

Friendship has no barrier, happening with both humans and animals. It makes the world a better place. There is not strange to see animals of different species getting along well with or falling in love with each other. Love is love.

Recently, a sea otter was caught giving a little shark a big hug. Photographers Don Henderson and Alice Cahill spotted that basically–unheard-of sighting while photographing marine life off the coast of California. The two friends emerged together on the water’s surface while embracing each other.

They seemed to travel miles for that reason. They embraced each other for a few moments, the otter and the little shark separated.

“We are not sure which was the case here but these ‘jaw-dropping’ images are the first known record of a ‘foraging-like’ interaction between a sea otter and this creature”, according to the nonprofit Sea Otter Savvy.

“It really is hard to say what the otter was doing with it,” Harris told the San Luis Obispo Tribune. “I really can’t say with any certainty.” said, Michael Harris, a scientist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

It’s still a mystery of what brings the otter and little shark together as well as their warm embrace. But is incredibly pure and beautiful.

If you are looking for vitamins for your soul after a constantly tired day after work, just let these help. It calms you down and brings peace to your soul. And, don’t forget to share this “medicine” with family and friends. Have fun!

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