Once a Ladoga ringed seal cub crawled up to a man who was fishing. Due to the fact that he had been on the ice for quite a long time, he had slight frostbite on his lower body.
The caring fisherman quit his job and took the baby to the shore, where he was taken to the Marine Mammal Rehabilitation Center.
It turned out that the white creature, which was named Krosh, weighed only 4 kilograms, and this is the smallest cub that the workers of the center have ever seen.
At the same time, another seal came to the Center, which turned out to be wilder and eventually began to live in the wild.
Despite his boundless love for people, Krosh also still needed to return to freedom.
However, when he was sent free swimming, he splashed in the water for 15 minutes and returned.
To make him afraid of representatives of humanity, the workers spoke rudely to him and did not scratch his belly. The response was harsh – the seal communicated with people only for fish and grunted angrily if they did not give him anything.
Now Krosh lives all the time in the Center – here he has fish, a pool, toys and endless belly scratching.
Krosh is being trained so that he does not become completely lazy – now he knows how to clap his flippers and bring the ball.