Turkey Earthquake Video:

More than 4000 people have died in the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria.

This figure is continuously increasing.

The strong tremors of the earthquake destroyed thousands of buildings.

In 4 countries (Lebanon, Syria and Israel) including Turkey in Western Asia, an earthquake caused havoc on Monday morning.

Thousands of people were buried under the debris of the buildings that were razed to the ground due to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

The scene of devastation was so horrifying that the rescuers decided to dig with bare hands to rescue the survivors.

Experts are making various claims, but in the meantime a video is becoming increasingly viral on social media, which has become a topic of discussion on social media.

Seeing this viral video, it seems as if the birds had already realized this terrible tragedy.

Looking at the video, it seems as if the birds also alerted before the accident.

Everyone on the internet is shocked to see this video.

In this video, which is becoming increasingly viral, you can hear and see the noise of many birds together in the sky of Turkey.

In the video, thousands of birds are seen hovering in the sky simultaneously.

During this, they are also making noise, seeing as if they are alerting about something.

It is being claimed that this video is from shortly before the devastating earthquake in Turkey.

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Nature's alarm system.

We are not sufficiently tuned in to nature to hear it… https://t.co/jzjkQxCxsR

— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) February 6, 2023

This video was first shared on the social media platform Twitter from the account of a channel associated with Geopolitics Security.

Sharing the video, he wrote in the caption, 'Strange behavior was seen in birds just before the earthquake in Turkey.'

After which industrialist Anand Mahindra shared it.

Retweeting the post, he wrote in the caption, 'Nature's alarm system!

But we are not connected enough with nature to hear it.

So far 2.9 million people have seen this post of his, while more than 20 thousand people have liked this video. 

Is this Nature's early warning system!!


— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) February 7, 2023

Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Parveen Kaswan has also retweeted this post on his Twitter handle.

He also called it nature's early warning system.

He wrote in the caption, 'Is this nature's early warning system?'

3 million people have seen this post of his so far.

At the same time, 1 thousand people have liked the post.

After seeing the post, a user wrote, 'It is also mentioned in our religious books that birds and other animals get to know about disasters first.'

Earlier, on February 3, Dutch scientist Frank Hogarbites had tweeted that in this he had predicted an earthquake.

It was written in the tweet, 'An earthquake of magnitude 7.5 may occur in South Central Turkey, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.' 

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