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Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown

We have seen some of the most extreme things happen around the world since the Coronavirus outbreak from people stocking up on toilet paper to entire cities going on full lockdown. Most of it seems like it’s right out of a movie.

Believe it or not, there are actually some positive things coming out of all of these actions. That includes cleaner air which results in clearer water. And that’s the case in Italy after their lockdown – the famous canals in Venice are crystal clear:

Since Italy locked down because of coronavirus, there has been cleaner air resulting in cleaner waters.

Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
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It has cleared up so much, that even the fish are visible.

Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown

Even though there were always fish there, they weren’t always easy to see because of how murky the waters were.

Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita
Fish Become Visible As Venice Canals Water Goes Crystal Clear After Coronavirus Lockdown
Venesia Pulita

What do you think? Could there possibly be some positive things come out of these lockdowns?

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