It’s hard to believe in these strange times, but there is life outside your window.
And if you need to smile, check out these pink dolphins playing with fishermen in southeastern Thailand.
A rare encounter caught on camera!
Scientists think the dolphins were out in the open because coronavirus fears kept people away and that means less tourist traffic.
Tourism in Thailand fell more than 76% in March 2020 from a year earlier!
So, nature stepped in – or swam in.
The dolphins were filmed swimming close to a boat, seeming to have a good time.
Thailand’s pink dolphins are a subspecies of the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin.
The top international organization that’s all about nature conservation says the pink dolphins are listed as a vulnerable species.
But the director of the Phuket Marine Biological Center tells Reuters the dolphins feel more comfortable and have been showing up since there’s less traffic with the coronavirus lockdown.
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