A Whale On A Mission


“We almost didn’t believe what we saw.”

This beautiful Beluga whale was initially discovered in the waters of Hammerfest, Norway. The poor thing seemed to have a strap around it at the time. The Norway authorities were very curious about the whale because it seemed to be a trained whale, without any information about it. However, the Norway authorities accept that the whale was really a trained spy whale by the Russian Navy. In any case, this whale appeared to have denounced any and all authority.

Despite the fact that the strap was removed, this exquisite creature proceeded to roam around in the region in which it was first found.

Ina Maniska and her friends one day went to the waterfront in Hammerfest with the sole purpose of spotting this extraordinary spy whale. And they were not prepared for what came next!

A whale on a mission!

“We laid down on the dock to look at it and hopefully get the chance to pat it,” Mansika told The Dodo. “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!”

They were not only rewarded by getting to see the beluga whale but also rescued Maniska from an accident. 

“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.“

A Story to Tell…

Regardless of the phone being dead by all the water leakage into it, Maniska sure has a decent story to tell and it is unquestionably an awesome story for us all in the world. It’s actually an eye-opener, that whales are a smart species.

However,  it’s uncertain whether the Beluga spy whale is fit to endeavor all alone in the wild despite the training it has received. Yet, according to the Washington Post, it seems that they are having bona fide plans for this spy agent. They are trying to migrate it to a sanctuary in Iceland for its own wellbeing.

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