2020 summer has not been like the one I wanted. When as per my plans, I must have been somewhere on the beach chilling inside seawater, here I am not so enjoying the summer vacation at home.
Nevertheless, while humans are locked, animals have got some time to relax and they seem to be doing just that. Summers is about resting and nesting for many animals and turtles are no exception.
And recently, these turtles were captured around the Great Barrier Reef for the nesting season and the scenes they gave us are just wow!!!
Drone footage of 64000 turtles swimming close to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia has taken over the internet. The amazing video displays the incredible population of turtles in the reef here. The video has been captured by researchers from Queensland’s Department of Environment and Science (DES).
The video has many small and cute turtles swimming in the water enjoying life as it happens.
For the unknown, the Great Barrier Reef, set in the Coral Sea in Queensland, Australia and is the world’s largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres over an area of approximately 344,400 square kilometres.