Scenes the Italians never imagined would happen. Watch the “elegant visitor” swim

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The quarantine imposed in the city helped to increase the purity and purity of water

Citizens in the famous city of Venice recorded scenes that they would not have imagined a few weeks ago, due to its popularity and its overcrowding with tourists.

In Venice, one of Italy’s most famous tourist cities, citizens watched wonderful scenes of jellyfish roaming the city’s canals.

According to “Sputnik”, the biologist Andrew Mangone captured these unique scenes in the city canals near St. Mark’s Square, a region usually filled with tourists, and described the appearance of jellyfish as “elegant visitors”, as they roam quietly and silently.

The quarantine imposed in the city helped to increase the purity and clarity of water in the Venetian canals, in addition to stopping the movement of tourist boats used in the city, with the appearance of this water animal wandering in the city.

In a statement to CNN, Mangoni said, “I was able to photograph the jellyfish that was close to St. Mark’s Square, and it was swimming just a few inches below the surface of the water.”



The quarantine imposed in the city helped to increase the purity and purity of water

Citizens in the famous city of Venice recorded scenes that they would not have imagined a few weeks ago, due to its popularity and its overcrowding with tourists.

In Venice, one of Italy’s most famous tourist cities, citizens watched wonderful scenes of jellyfish roaming the city’s canals.

According to “Sputnik”, the biologist Andrew Mangone captured these unique scenes in the city canals near St. Mark’s Square, a region usually filled with tourists, and described the appearance of jellyfish as “elegant visitors”, as they roam quietly and silently.

The quarantine imposed in the city helped to increase the purity and clarity of water in the Venetian canals, in addition to stopping the movement of tourist boats used in the city, with the appearance of this water animal wandering in the city.

In a statement to CNN, Mangoni said, “I was able to photograph the jellyfish that was close to St. Mark’s Square, and it was swimming just a few inches below the surface of the water.”





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