New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: The biosphere, which is the bottom-most layer of the atmosphere, fosters life and has been designed as an interactive ecosystem where organisms interact and grow. And as the coronavirus pandemic halts the human wanderlust, most of the animals who got adapted to regular human interactions are feeling out of love.

The humpback dolphins in Australia are bringing gifts for their visitors from the sea beds in the hope that they'll at least fall for the gifts, if not them!

Barnacles Cafe and Dolphin Feeding at Tin Can Bay in Queensland are few of the places where tourists would gather to interact with the wittiest aquatic mammal -- Dolphins. However, amid the coronavirus pandemic, when no tourists are visiting the place, these magnificent mammalian swimmers are bringing gifts from the sea beds to draw human attention.

In an interview with ABC News, a volunteer at the animal feeding centre, Lyn McPherson said, "one male dolphin brings in objects on his rostrum or beak, and then he carefully presents them to us." Talking about the intelligence of the animal, Lyn said, "We haven't trained him, but he has trained us to do this."

On Monday, Barnacles Cafe and Dolphin Feeding Center wrote on Facebook, "The pod has been bringing us regular gifts, showing us how much they’re missing the public interaction and attention Since the restrictions have eased we have been able to reopen the dolphin feeding and cafe. Put a smile on someone’s face and come spend some time to feed these beautiful creatures, they are definitely missing you all."

The post made a lot of animal lovers emotional as anybody could fall for the gifts exclusively from the sea bed and for the innocent wit--of course!!

"How precious. I wish I lived closer," wrote one person in the comment section.

"Aww my heart is melting," said another person.

Posted By: Aalok Sensharma