Two dolphins have paid an unexpected visit to the Italian lagoon city of Venice. The animals swam past the famous St. Mark’s Square in the direction of the Grand Canal, as reported by several media. They were reported by several people who were on the water at the time.
According to local experts, it is “very unusual” for them to venture so far into the city. They were probably attracted to the city by the number of squids that come to the lagoon at this time to lay eggs. Because there are also many squids this year.
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