Unusual behavior of birds before an earthquake. Image courtesy: Instagram.
Istanbul: Birds, animals have a sixth sense! Birds, animals can predict any natural calamity in advance, be it earthquake or tsunami or Kalabaisakhi. Scientists have already said this with evidence. This is proven once again in the terrible earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. The first major earthquake occurred on the border between Turkey and Syria early Monday morning. Bird behavior in the vicinity was unusual on the eve of that earthquake. A video of the unusual behavior of the birds at that moment has now gone viral on social media. It would seem that the birds really got a glimpse of this terrible disaster in advance.
What exactly is seen in the viral video?
On the eve of the earthquake in the early hours of Monday morning, unusual behavior was observed among birds in various areas along the border between disaster-stricken Turkey and Syria. In the video that went viral, moments before the earthquake, the crow birds suddenly chirped and flew from one end to the other. How crazy between them. From the top of this tree it sits on the roof of that house and then from the roof of that house it sits on the top of another tree. No specific destination. As if moving from one end to another. And chirping the sound of life. As if they want to say something.
🚨In Turkey, strange behavior was observed in birds just before the earthquake.👀#Turkey #TurkeyEarthquake #Turkish pic.twitter.com/yPnQRaSCRq
— OsintTV📺 (@OsintTV) February 6, 2023
Common people, bird lovers and ornithologists say that this behavior of birds is unusual. According to them, the birds were trying to predict some danger by this behavior. That is, it is clear from this that birds can predict any natural disaster in advance.
But not only birds, animals, fishes, reptiles and even insects get early warning of earthquakes, tsunamis, storms or any natural calamity. Therefore, on the eve of the terrible earthquake in Turkey and Syria, unusual behavior has been observed in all the fauna of that area.