Several instances of animals reclaiming the land and the sea while us humans are confined to our homes are doing the rounds on the internet. Another such instance has come to light in aamchi Mumbai.
Recently, pink flamingos flooded the water body near Navi Mumbai and put up quite a show for the residents of Seawoods Complex in Nerul.
Mysterious ways of Nature?— Harinder S Sikka (@sikka_harinder) April 16, 2020
Mumbai backwaters, as seen from Seawoods Complex in Nerul.
Every year 100s of pink flamingos migrate to this spot.
But this year, numbers are truly spectacular.
It’s mystery, sitting 1000s of miles away, how did flamingos come to know about the change? pic.twitter.com/SZiVSH49j0
The video shows how these pink feathered creatures have migrated to this lake in huge numbers due to a decrease in human activity.
@sardesairajdeep the snaps of the Flamingo 🦩 as you have shared the video which is Navi Mumbai Palm Beach Road Wetlands. Hope you will contribute with your channel @CNNnews18 to be able to save this piece of nature.Since you posted it as Goa request you to correct it@sunnyagro pic.twitter.com/Dp0thaUnv0— Lt Col Monish Ahuja (@Monish_Ahuja) April 13, 2020
Netizens are also appreciating this nice surprise.
Treat to the eyes— мєєиαкѕнι (@Meenakshiiik) April 13, 2020
Awesome😍😍😍😍— Dilpreet singh kohli (@Dilpree98945330) April 14, 2020
Nature is almighty— Balbir singh (@Balbirs30809149) April 16, 2020
Beautiful— Deepti Sutaria (@DVSutaria) April 16, 2020
Wow! Wherever this is! ❤️— Sonali Mujumdar (@sona_en_inde) April 13, 2020
Mother nature can breathe again during this lockdown.