Man releases a stranded Octopus back to the water, went back and thanked him before its final goodbye

The octopus is a soft-bodied, eight-armed mollusk. Octopuses are invertebrates, which mean that they are boneless. Because of that, they lose their shape when it is pulled out of the water. They all have head, called mantle, surrounded with 8 arms, called tentacles.

There are already lots of stories which tell about the danger of the octopus to human. And one thing that shows the danger of the octopus is its bite that can kill a human because the venom causes paralysis that stops breathing.

But there is this one story which tells not the bad and danger about an octopus but the good side about it. The Pei Yan Heng channel on YouTube shows how an octopus had become so thankful to a human that had saved him.

It was when a human helped and released a stranded octopus that got stuck on the sand when the tide went out in the shallow water.

It was seen on the video how the octopus was trying to recover after being released on the water.

For some time, the octopus then recovered and slowly move its way back to the man that saved him.

The octopus moved towards the man’s left booties and placed one of its tentacles on his booties for some time which seems to show gratefulness. 

It took a while before the octopus finally went off. 

A one of a kind story. We may not know what was the meaning of what had happened but it’s really obvious that the octopus seems to be really thankful to the human. There are different reactions coming from the people that have seen the video but one thing that they’re sure is the good side about an animal which knows how to be thankful.

Watch the video here to see for yourself: