The baby shark dance craze has struck again at the a care home in Cardiff.
This is the heartwarming moment residents of Cartref Lake residential home danced to the catchy song.
A dozen elderly women, the oldest being 104, sit happily as they jig about the the tune.
Helping them in their challenge, four carers showed them the moves.
The activity helped improve their physical wellbeing through exercise and their mental agility.
Residents of Cartref Lake care home in Cardiff adorably take on the baby shark challenge
This video has since been shared 3,000 times on social media.
One user commented: ‘This is the cutest baby shark. I can’t deal with this.’
Activities coordinator Sally Colling-Morgan said many of the residents have sporty backgrounds, including yoga enthusiast Margaret Jarvis-Tysall.
Peggy, 104, (second from right) is a yoga enthusiast and could to the splits until she was 96
At 104, Margaret, known to her friends as Peggy, is the eldest resident, who has been at the home for about two years.
‘She could still do the splits when she was 96,’ said Sally told.
The home, which cares for 30 residents, has received hundreds of comments since the video went viral of people cheering them on.
The baby shark song is now reportedly listed as one of the Top 40 most-viewed videos ever on YouTube.
Helping them in their challenge, four carers showed them the moves as one dresses up