Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

This Diver’s 25-Year Friendship With A Local Fish Was Captured On Camera.

While Arakawa tends to the rest of his duties, the large sheepshead wrasse will swim right beside him.

Yoriko makes sure to keep the diver company while he explores the dark depths of the bay. Have you ever heard of such a strong bond between a man and his fish?!

While Arakawa tends to the rest of his duties, the large sheepshead wrasse will swim right beside him.

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You don't believe that Yoriko perceives Arakawa as a friend?

In the video below, you'll see that Yoriko actually lets Arakawa kiss him on the head! This is the diver's special way of greeting his fish companion. His Facebook page is also filled with several selfies of the two.

You don't believe that Yoriko perceives Arakawa as a friend?

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The idea that fish are emotionless is a total misconception.

They are no longer considered as a species that doesn't have feelings.

The idea that fish are emotionless is a total misconception.

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In a recent study, it was discovered that fish are much more social and intelligent than we previously thought.

The quarter of a century long friendship between Arakawa and Yoriko is more than enough proof!

In a recent study, it was discovered that fish are much more social and intelligent than we previously thought.

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But Arakawa and Yoriko's relationship isn't the only human-fish friendship out there.

A group of fishermen have reportedly developed a bond of their own with local whale sharks.

But Arakawa and Yoriko's relationship isn't the only human-fish friendship out there.

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Watch the video below to see how Arakawa interacts with Yoriko underwater.

Sources: 波左間海中公園, Atlas Obscura

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