A false killer whale could not contain its delight when a woman played him a lullaby behind the walls of the aquarium. Chester the false killer whale swiveled and swirled as the captivated visitor played him songs from a hand-made music box. He was completely fascinated by the sounds.
Jessie was filmed pleasing Chester at the Vancouver Aquarium in Canada .
The 'false whale' is a cetacean and the third-largest member of the oceanic dolphin family. Jessie met Chester a few months ago and fell in love, and was desperate to connect with him on another level. She made the music box play types of songs she thought he would like, and he actually did.
The woman kept playing until the aquarium closed and promised to return with more songs to entertain the dolphin.
Chester was rescued as a calf in distress two years ago near Tofino on Vancouver Island. He was nursed back to health by the Aquarium’s rescue team and has been deemed unable to survive in the wild. Now he has a home and family with the aquarium team of specialists and he has made a friend for life.