'It's got my fingers!' Hilarious moment a cheeky dolphin BITES a man's hand

'It's got my fingers!' Amazing moment a cheeky dolphin BITES a man's hand after the pair formed a firm friendship  Fisherman Ty Duncan filmed a cheeky dolphin biting his hand on Friday    He captured the ocean interaction near Noosa on Queensland's Sunshine Coast   Mr Duncan said he had encountered the dolphin multiple times over the years

By Isabelle Stackpool For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:00 BST, 2 September 2020 | Updated: 03:00 BST, 2 September 2020

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A cheeky dolphin sunk its teeth into a man's hand during a friendly open ocean encounter.   

Fisherman Ty Duncan said he had repeatedly come into contact with the aquatic mammal near Noosa, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, over several years.   

Mr Duncan recorded his latest interaction with the playful animal on Friday as the dolphin approached his outstretched hand before biting down on his fingers. 

Fisherman Ty Duncan filmed his close open ocean interaction with a friendly dolphin (pictured above) near Noosa, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, on Friday

Fisherman Ty Duncan filmed his close open ocean interaction with a friendly dolphin (pictured above) near Noosa, on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, on Friday 

Mr Duncan said he had encountered the playful dolphin multiple times over the years and recorded it playfully biting his hand (pictured above)

Mr Duncan said he had encountered the playful dolphin multiple times over the years and recorded it playfully biting his hand (pictured above) 

Heartwarming footage showed the dolphin swim up to Mr Duncan's small fishing boat and lift its head and jaws out of the water.

It happily held on to his hand as Mr Duncan laughed and exclaimed 'it's got my fingers'. 

Mr Duncan said he had shared multiple encounters with the playful animal and described it as 'the friendliest dolphin I've ever met'.  

The fisherman has even swum with the aquatic

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