Dolphins Spotted Swimming Close to Shore in Turkey

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Istanbul’s dolphins are venturing close to the shores amid Turkey’s coronavirus lockdown.

Dolphins were spotted right along the Bosporus shore, which is usually packed with tourists, boats and ferries.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tourist hotspot has quietened considerably with a sudden and sharp decrease in boat and human traffic across the Bosphorus.

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Earlier this week, dolphins were also spotted by the Galata Bridge, just off the shores of Istanbul’s historic peninsula. Apparently, the place usually sees dozens of fishermen and their boats at this time of the year.

 

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