Valerie Taylor and her husband Ron are renowned Australian professional divers, underwater cinematographers, and shark experts. But one of their most remarkable experiences involved a moray eel that Valerie became great friends with and eventually named Honey.
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Valerie first met Honey in 1974 in the waters around Banda Island, Indonesia, and their amazing bond lasted for a very long time. I’ve heard of wild dolphins developing incredible relationships like this with humans, but this is the first time I’ve heard of an eel forming such a bond with a person.
This just goes to show you, all animals feel and recognize love if it’s in your heart. They also remember those who share it.
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