Wild Dolphin Swims Up Close To Give Dog A Kiss

It’s the cutest thing to witness when animals of different species make friends with one another.

And there was one friendship that was absolutely irresistible in terms of cuteness. It was when a dog in a boat received a kiss from a dolphin.

Dolphins are known to be very intelligent and caring creatures, so it was no surprise when the marine mammal decided to show some affection to its new friend.

And the dog seemed to enjoy his new friend’s company as well.

The end of the video clip was featured in the IMAX movie classic, “Dolphins.” The most precious part of the video was the fact that at the end, you could hear the dolphin saying goodbye to its friend by doing its dolphin clicking.

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