The first footage has emerged from the hospital where 12 Thai boys and their coach are being treated after their dramatic rescue from a flooded cave, BBC reports.
Several boys can be seen in facemasks and hospital gowns, at least one giving a victory sign for the camera.
Meanwhile, reports say the boys and the coach were sedated to stop them panicking during the dangerous rescue.
The Thai Navy Seals also released new video showing the three-day rescue operation that captivated the world.
Sources in the rescue operation, including divers who took part, told the BBC that the boys were heavily sedated ahead of the rescue to prevent them panicking in the dark, narrow, underwater passageways.
They were then strapped to one of two rescue divers tasked with shepherding each of them through the underwater parts of the system, and bundled into stretchers to be carried through the dry parts.