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'Unbelievable': Netizens Amazed As Thousands Of Flamingos Seen In Navi Mumbai

Many migratory birds flock to the Navi Mumbai creek and the backwaters every year, but this year the number of flamingos was far more than ever. 

Unbelievable

While human beings have confined themselves to homes amid the nationwide lockdown, hundreds of flamingo birds were spotted at a creek in Navi Mumbai. Mesmerizing pictures and videos of the breathtaking sight were shared on social media by several users giving a glimpse of 'how nature looks when it's healing.' Many migratory birds flock to the Navi Mumbai creek and the backwaters every year, but this year the number was far greater than ever. 

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Netizens mesmerised

From celebrities to politicians, thousands of internet users noted that nature was coming back to normalcy while humans are battling with a highly contagious disease. One of the netizens even said that humans are impacting the nature in a similar way the COVID-19 disease is affecting humanity. Most Twitter users were surprised to see such a huge number of flamingos at the backwaters.

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