Mexico beaches are overtaken by animals in the absence of people

On the beaches of Oaxaca and Quintana Roo crocodiles and sharks went out to take the beaches in the absence of people due to the quarantine by COVID-19

With the arrival of the Mexico coronavirus, the Government has implemented certain security measures, one of which is to remain in quarantine and not leave the house to public or tourist places to avoid further infections.

With these security measures, in Mexico, and in other countries the sighting of different species of animals has been reported in places that were not very common to meet with them. Previously, through social networks, a video went viral in which you can observe a whale, enjoy the waters of the Port of Acapulco.

And now due to the quarantine, the beaches of Cancun, Quintana Roo, look empty like never seen before, because of this the sharks take the opportunity to enjoy the waters of the beach, traveling the sea very close to the sand.

In the video that tourists shared through social networks, the shark’s dorsal fin can be seen enjoying swimming in the water on the beaches of Cancun, while it is recorded by visitors from a boat.

The most recent sighting that has been reported is on the beaches of Oaxaca because images have also been circulated through social networks in which crocodiles can be seen enjoying the tranquility of the beach.

Thanks to the lack of merchants, tourists, and fishermen, the crocodiles have been caught at Playa Ventanilla, which is located between Puerto Escondido and Huatulco.

The security measures implemented by the authorities to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), made it possible for the reptiles to return to their natural habitat without fear of being driven away by the inhabitants.


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