After Kolkata, Dolphins Now Spotted In Merrut, Yes You Heard It Right

Dolphins in Merrut. Yes, that headline is very true. And the way nature is healing and reclaiming, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to you. And that rhymes. Days, after people spotted dolphins in Kolkata almost after three decades, now people have spotted Ganges river Dolphin in Merrut.

Ganges River Dolphins are found primarily in the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers and their tributaries in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. The come in the list of endangered species and thus there spotting is a blessing of a kind for people.

Their arrival also certain the fact that if humans stay away for a while, nature can heal itself. And we, humans, are the only threat to nature by all means.

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The video of the same was shared by Indian Forest Services officer Akash Deep Badhawan. He, understanding the rarity of the incident said that he was “fortunate” to spot the dolphins in the Ganges river near Meerut. 

“Ganges River Dolphin, our National Aquatic Animal once lived in the Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system is now endangered,” wrote Mr Badhawan while sharing the video. “They live in fresh water and are practically blind, with small slits as eyes. Was fortunate to spot these in Ganges in Meerut,” he added.

People were also surprised to watch the dolphin and have been talking about the same.

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