ONE INDIA ONE PEOPLE – BRAVO 🇮🇳!!! pic.twitter.com/SWX91WWd7I— Suniel Shetty (@SunielVShetty) March 22, 2020
That has contributed to a sharp drastic decline in the city’s emission rates. Mumbaikars, in reality, have been quite excited to see a cover of clear blue sky over the city recently. So many photos of pollution-free Mumbai filled social media.
Juhi Chawla and other Twitter users posted the footage of dolphins skimming off Mumbai’s coasts, as the coastline took a break from human crowds. Have a look:
The air in Mumbai is so nice, light and fresh ..!!! I can't believe it 😃… and it seems dolphins were sighted just off the shore near Breach Candy club ..!!! This shutdown of cities is not so bad after all #CoronavirusPandemic pic.twitter.com/t94vhFyPRy— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) March 21, 2020
Mother Earth is telling us! Homo sapient take a break! What I can do if you do not much!!! Mumbai behind governors’ house. Dolphins returns!!! pic.twitter.com/YwlMoc8Sub— vijaimantri (@vijaimantrimf) March 22, 2020
The coronavirus has hit the re-set button on nature. With most people back at their homes, nature has begun reclaiming its space across the world.