Dolphins are said to be among the most intellectual animals on the planet, capable of forming complex relationships and communicating through vocal signals or body language.
Mystique, a humpback dolphin, exhibits behavior that pushes the aquatic mammal’s intelligence to new heights.
The smart and intelligent dolphin gives presents to people from the depths of the ocean in return for food.
Mystique is a 29-year-old man who seems to grasp that no one can say no to a fantastic gift. He usually takes volunteers from the Barnacles Dolphin Center in Tin Can Bay, Queensland, as well as a variety of sea-bottom gifts. People are naturally drawn to presents, therefore his approaches are generally efficient in acquiring what he wants.
Corals, shells, and old bottles are just a few of the objects brought in exchange for food by the lovely Mystique. Although the dolphin is now known as a great treasure finder, all he really wants in return is a beautiful catch.
Following the closure of the Barnacles Dolphin Center due to the COVID-19 quarantine, the animal is missing the attention it used to get from visitors.
As long as he keeps an online presence, his mystique is okay, but he clearly lacks public attention. In recent weeks, there has been a lot of gloating.
Mystique is a crafty and intelligent dolphin that is always on the search for new methods to attract attention.
“Anything you bring in will be lavished with praise and care, as well as a fish to thank,” center staff said. He is a very educated and sensitive, yet he can also be a bit naughty.”
The little creature is one of the group’s seven dolphins, but it is the only one that delivers gifts from the water.
Everyone enjoys this special habit, and the volunteers hope that the adorable dolphin will continue to shower gifts even after the swimming center’s doors open. They are certain that Mystique’s behavior will remain unchanged, and that by meeting more people, he will be able to retain more knowledge.
“He brings us a variety of objects such as wooden boards, corals, old glass bottles, sea sponges, and various shapes and sizes of stones; he had always offered us gifts, but only since the closure has he brought us several gifts every morning.” -volunteers tell.