Watch Beluga Whale Return Woman's iPhone After She Drops It In The Ocean

Here is the moment the beluga whale brought the woman's iPhone back after she dropped it in the ocean.

We need to get this beluga whale her own iPhone commercial

The beluga whale was hanging around the Norwegian port city of Hammerfest last Spring.

USA Today reports belugas are usually shy around people, but this whale loved being social and hamming it up.

Beluga whale was mysteriously socializing with humans in the Norwegian port city of Hammerfest.
Beluga whale was mysteriously socializing with humans in the Norwegian port city of Hammerfest.

This whale let folks pet her, even pose for selfies.

Ina Mansika said she lay down on the dock to get a closer look at the whale.

That’s when her phone when plop in the water.

You know that awful, truly sinking feeling, yes?

Ina thought her phone was gone forever.

Of course, she did.

But get this: the whale dove down and came back up with phone!

Here is the moment the beluga whale brought the woman's iPhone back after she dropped it in the ocean.
Here is the moment the beluga whale brought the woman’s iPhone back after she dropped it in the ocean.

I can watch this video over and over.

And in a weird “Can’t make this stuff up” twist–there was some speculation that the whale was actually a Russian spy.

The Washington Examiner reports some Norwegian officials think the whale defected from a Russian Navy program that trains sea mammals to swim around with cameras attached to them.

Spy whale sounds like a conspiracy theory until you see the photo of the beluga whale with a harness strapped around its body. I'm so glad some kind Norwegian fisherman cut it off.
Spy whale sounds like a conspiracy theory until you see the photo of the beluga whale with a harness strapped around its body. I’m so glad some kind Norwegian fisherman cut it off.

Officials were trying to see if there was a sanctuary where the whale could live since there were concerns, being so friendly, she might have trouble surviving in the wild.

This story suggests the whale found a home.

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Watch Beluga Whale Return Woman's iPhone After She Drops It In The Ocean

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