Japanese diver Hiroyuki Arakawa has been taking care of a sacred Shinto shrine under Tateyama Bay (and acting as a guide for other divers who want to visit it) for over 20 years. And in the process, he's made friends with a lot of the marine life, especially one particularly amiable fish named Yoriko.

The fish, an Asian sheepshead wrasse, greets Arakawa as he goes about his work, and Arawaka removes his apparatus and knocks the fish a real sweet kiss right on its weird head hump.