This is the adorable moment a mesmerised seal chased an aquarium visitor’s key ring from side to side in a new game.
Keow Wee Loong captured the footage of his wife, Marta Sibielak, playing with the seal at a harbour in Seoul, Korea.
Ms Sibielak was sat outside the glass of its tank, holding a plain black key ring on a lanyard when the seal spotted the object.
A curious seal chases a key ring from side to side as an aquarium visitor moves it on the outside of its tank
Then, as she began to move it from side to side, the curious seal followed, darting its head across the glass wall.
Ms Sibielak continued moving the plastic key chain, smiling in delight as the fascinated seal continued its game.
She then began to raise the object higher up the glass wall – and the little seal floated up in the water alongside it.
The critter stares at the object in awe as Marta Sibielak continues to move the keyring around at a harbour in Seoul, Korea
The harbour seal even floated up in the water when she moved the object further up the wall
Mr Loong said: ‘My wife was sitting there and the harbour seal swam over to her.
‘The harbour seal started to swim around to get her attention, then it looked at her and my wife start to interact with the seal.
‘They then began to play together.’
To be continued
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