Pod Of Killer Whales Spotted Near Spain Shows That Nature Has Come Into Balance During Lockdown

There have been many changes due to the pandemic. We have had our lives altered in ways that we can’t truly understand as of yet. At the same time, however, there have been changes going on under the surface that are not all negative.

One of those changes is seen in the wildlife and in the natural world around us. Animals are thriving and, at times, they are even showing up in the most unexpected places. Carbon emissions are down, causing CO2 levels to drop and in some areas, the sky is bluer than it has been in many years.

These differences are seen very clearly near the coast of Marbella, Spain. A fishing boat was out for the day when they spotted a group of killer whales. Those killer whales then began to follow the boat and a beautiful video was taken.

Photo: YouTube/Rumble Viral

It’s amazing what the earth is capable of doing when humans are not busy tearing it down. Killer whales are really only the tip of the iceberg. Other wildlife spottings near the coast of Marbella include great white sharks and dolphins.

This is one of those videos that you have to see to believe. We may be stressing over life on lockdown, but a little bit of nature can help us to realize that all is well with the world.

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