Elephants And Camels Have Been Spotted Swimming Across The Ocean
April 22, 2018
Camels and elephants swimming in the middle of the ocean have been captured on film recently and the videos are going viral on social media.
The camels were spotted swimming off the coast of Oman.
The elephants were spotted swimming off the coast of Algeria.
But there is no need to panic!
The end of the world is not here, as some people are writing in the comments section of the videos.
According to the Times of Oman, camels swimming in the ocean is not uncommon.
"Camels usually cross the sea themselves to move from one area to another, sometimes crossing a path from Masirah Island to Shannah, which is approximately 10 km long," said Salleh Al Jafari, a local from Al Sharqiyah.
Elephants are also known for their ability to swim in deep water.
"They're very good swimmers," said Avinash Krishnan, a research officer with the conservation group A Rocha, in an unrelated incident. "Swimming about 15km (3 miles) from the shore is not unusual for an elephant."
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