They’re back! A pair of dolphins visit Venice’s Grand Canal

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A pair of dolphins, most likely attracted by reduced boat traffic due to COVID restrictions, swam into Venice’s Grand Canal, bringing the ‘nature is healing’ meme back from the dead.

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