Each of the boys was sedated with ketamine and their hands were tied during the rescue extraction mission.
The boys thanked the rescuers for all their efforts and vowed to live life to the full following their "miracle" escape.
The boys have been trapped for more than two weeks in a flooded cave complex.
The boys are shown introducing themselves and thanking everyone involved in the ongoing rescue attempt.
The twelve boys and soccer team coach trapped inside the Tham Luang caves were found alive by an international team of divers Monday.
Navy "Seal" divers are within the final 600 yards of where officials believe the trapped Thai soccer team took refuge in the Tham Luang cave that flooded after heavy rains and prevented the 12 boys and coach from leaving the caves outside Pattaya Beach.
One coin in particular could be worth up to $100,000.
Two amateur divers found 1,600-year-old Roman treasure off Israel's coast.