Wild dolphins seem to have a habit of popping up whenever they sense that humans are having fun nearby – or doing something to help them out, as British dolphin enthusiast Adam Walker learned when he was joined by a pod of dolphins during his charity swim in aid of Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC).

And now, prepare to feast your eyes on this two-minute YouTube clip of a playful wild dolphin, who decided to join a man on his jet ski trip in Cornwall, England!

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The video was uploaded by Stuart Wilkes and Ian Butler, founders of the Cornwall-based Chough Productions, and shows one of the men embarking on an early-morning jet ski ride in Falmouth Bay, Cornwall. He is soon joined by a wild dolphin, who appears to be very keen to join in the fun!

Describing the incredible experience, the man featured in the video said, “(The dolphin) followed me for over ten minutes. Every time I stopped he would pop up beside me and wait for me to start again.” He made sure to drive a jet ski with no moving external parts (such as propellers), thereby ensuring that the dolphin would be free from harm.

Image source: William Warby/Flickr

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