Nature takes back its rights in Italy. Free of boats and gondolas, the canals of Venice are now translucent and dolphins cross the port of Cagliari during confinement.
Italy: Venice canals are crystal clear and dolphins swim in the port of Cagliari
As Italy enters its second week of quarantine, Venice has faced an unprecedented phenomenon. Drastically slowing back and forth by boat, the city of the Doges has seen the color of its water changed, from an indefinable green to a lighter shade allowing to admire its funds. From their windows, the Venetians thus could see during the quarantine, fish schools evolving there freely. Further south in the country, the arrival of a handful of dolphins surprised the port of Cagliari in Sardinia. A rare phenomenon that many people attribute to the slowing of the marine fleet and human pollution.
DOLPHINS SWIM IN THE PORT OF CAGLIARI
Source : Vogue
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