In an incredible display of camaraderie, it turns out that dolphins, like humans, also experience the need for a good back scratch.
A series of captivating photos have emerged, showcasing a helpful dolphin using its snout to alleviate its companion’s itch.
The images were captured on June 20 by Steve Truluck, a 46-year-old window cleaning one,r and avid amateur photographer, at Hopeman’s Harbour in Elgin, Scotland.
Truluck considers himself fortunate to witness these delightful sea creatures every week. With anticipation in the air, Truluck was not disappointed by the mischievous behavior he observed.
As he recounted the moment, “The dolphin on the right was leaping up and accidentally landed on top of the other dolphin. It appears as if it was scratching the other one’s back.”
These heartwarming photos serve as a reminder that even in the depths of the ocean, acts of kindness and playfulness are not exclusive to humans.
Dolphins, known for their intelligence and social nature, continue to surprise us with their captivating behaviors.
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