We never know how an animal will react to our presence.
People and animals should live in symbiosis because they live together on one planet. Unfortunately, the abusive nature of man’s economy has deprived millions of animals from dozens of species, and has led to the extinction of some of them.
Animals themselves do well in the wild and do not need human help. The presence of people instead scares and bothers them, which does not mean that all pets are for people.
The man tamed many animals that accompany him on a daily basis. Domestication of some species has made their representations more human, so the gestures and behavior of such animals are treated with a human measure, for example, dogs are apologized for biting the carpet, and cats push flowers angrily off of shelves.
What about wild animals? Do they not make thoughtful gestures with subtext? It is difficult to verify, because we rarely associate with them, but Mr. Pei Yan Heng from Singapore has succeeded.
A man on the beach of Cyrene Reef found an octopus. The animal was small and you can see that it was on the sand as a result of an unfortunate weave of events and could not return to the water. Mr. Heng moved it closer to the shore to sail into the sea. But before the animal moved away, it decided to thank the rescuer. See for yourself at