Dolphins are free, Human imprisoned in lockdown

Dolphins are free and humans are imprisoned during lockdown enforced to avoid the Corona epidemic has forced people to be imprisoned in homes.

The Ganges river dolphins were discovered in 1801. Dolphins are the oldest creatures in the world. They have companions to some species of turtles, crocodiles, and sharks. Dolphins of the Ganges river lived in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna as well as the Karnaphuli-Sangu river of India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. The species has extinct from most of its new distribution ranges.

Dolphins hunt by emitting ultrasonic sounds, which bounces off of fish and other prey, enabling them to “see” an image in their mind.

The dolphin of the Ganges river can only live in freshwater. They are virtually blind. They frequently found alone or in small groups. It is found mostly, a mother and calf travel together. Calves are chocolate brown at birth and then become grey-brown smooth, hairless skin as adults. Females are larger than males. Females give birth once every two to three years to only one calf.

The lockdown has realized efforts to clean Ganga over the centuries. At the same time, humans are imprisoned in homes under lockdown, and on the other hand, on this occasion, animals are not leaving any chance to enjoy their life.

The environment has become pollution-free. In the past several days, pictures of animals have been seen traveling from different corners of the country in inhabited areas. The Ganges has become clean and clean. His water is shining like glass.

In such a situation, seeing the pictures coming out of the beauty of nature, it seems that the environment is happy to see you locked in homes. Two types of photographs were observed during the lockdown, first – to strictly follow the lockdown by the administration and secondly to avoid the epidemic.

Significantly, the lockdown has been implemented in many countries to control the outbreak of corona viral and its infection. At a time when humans are locked inside homes, then other creatures have got a chance to enjoy their life freely. In the past, many such incidents have come to the fore. In many such events, animals are seen walking in the residential areas.

Social media is full of such beautiful videos of animals, and another video has emerged in this episode. The lockdown has proved to be a positive change for the earth and nature. This is the reason that fauna, which has been diverted due to contaminated rivers and human activities, is once again seen hitting dives. One such beautiful sight was seen in Meerut.

Pictures of dolphins going viral on social media are being reported on Sunday. It is being said that on Sunday, the dolphin involved in the rare creature appeared floating in the Ganges river.

Ganges river dolphin, our national aquatic animal, which once lived in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system, is endangered. They live in freshwater. They are practically blind due to small slits in the form of eyes. Seeing them in the Ganges of Meerut is a delightful and good sign.

If we talk about the history of dolphins, then the dolphins of Ganges river, officially discovered in 1801, are practically blind. They use ultrasonic sounds to track other fish in the surrounding area.

The dolphin is inhabited by a large area of ??the Ganges, where fish are hard to reach and slow water waves. Humans have reduced their population considerably by hunting for meat and oil in large quantities, which is why it now looks deficient.