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The amazing moment was captured by underwater cameraman Ben Burville. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville
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The seal even brushed its whiskers against the diver's googles. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville
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The playful creature nibbles at the diver's hands during the extraordinary interaction. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville
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The grey seal approached diver, Ben Burville and even held its flipper next to his hand. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville
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The grey seal appears to affectionately hold hands with the underwater cameraman. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville
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This underwater cameraman scratches an affectionate grey seal under its chin. NORTHUMBERLAND, UK: FOOTAGE has captured the adorable moment an incredibly affectionate seal pup posed for selfies with a diver, in a bid to show that the title of man?s best friend is up for debate. In the video footage, a 600-pound grey seal could be seen snuggling up and brushing its whiskers against a diver?s face. The diver then reciprocated this affection and tickled his new friend under the chin, causing the marine mammal to playfully nip at his gloves. The amazing moment was captured by GP and underwater cameraman Ben Burville from Northumberland, UK, who was studying the behaviour of the wild mammals in the North Sea. Ben spent five minutes with the adorable seal whilst carrying out his research off the Farne Islands in Northumberland. Ben used a Sony HDR AS50 and a variety of GoPro cameras to capture the seals on camera. Native to the North Atlantic, the grey seal is the largest carnivorous mammal in the UK. Their scientific name, halichoerus grypus, translates from Latin to English as ?hook-nosed sea pig.' mediadrumworld.com / Ben Burville