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WATCH: Big Group Of Pink Flamingos Flock At Navi Mumbai Creek; Celebs & Netizens Awestruck

As a big group of pink flamingos flocked at a Navi Mumbai creek amid the lockdown, celebrities like Harsh Goenka, Raveena Tandon and netizens were awestruck.

WATCH: Big group of pink flamingos flock at Navi Mumbai creek; celebs, netizens awestruck

One of the few bright spots amid the lockdown has been how Mother Nature has been ‘healing.’ With people staying at home, hardly any vehicles on the roads, the air has been much cleaner, and even the water bodies have been cleaner. Pictures of various landmarks that were not visible due to pollution earlier, and the return of dolphins and other animals have delighted people amid the gloomy times.

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Another such event that excited not just netizens, but also celebrities have been the return of a huge gathering of pink flamingos at a creek in Navi Mumbai. While the flamingos are known to migrate to the city regularly, the number amid the lockdown has been a pleasant suprise.

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As videos of chirping of the flamingos, and their beautiful flight before settling on the creek, went viral, celebrities like Harsh Goenka, Harinder Sikka and Raveena Tandon reacted.

Entreprenur Goenka termed it as a ‘spectular show.’ Sikka, writer of Calling Rehmat, that was made into Raazi, wondered about the ‘mysterious ways of nature’ and how the birds got to know about the change.

Actor Raveena was also delighted over the ‘sea of pink’ as ‘nature took over.’

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