Scientists have studied the supernatural power of animals behind earthquakes and disasters.
There is a lot of evidence. In 373 BC, a devastating earthquake shook the ancient Greek city of Helis. Dogs, cats, snakes, beji and other animals living there leave the city before the earthquake starts.
Just minutes before the earthquake in Nepal in 1805, bulls, sheep, dogs, and swans began to roar together. Exactly the same picture can be seen in 1908 in San Francisco.
Marty Wickilski, a researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior in Germany, has conducted an important study on how animals respond to earthquakes.
The study was conducted on cows, sheep and dogs on a farm in Marches, an earthquake-prone area in Italy. He attached a computer-controlled chip to each animal for the test.
The research report, published in 2020, shows that animals begin to change their behavior 20 hours before an earthquake begins. When more than 50 percent of the animals on the farm were restless behave for more than 45 minutes at a time, a magnitude 4 earthquake would occur.
Around the world, before the onset of an earthquake, ions, that is, very low quality ultra-electromagnetic waves, produce signals and ionized air that some animals can sense through their body feathers and other organs.
Due to which an earthquake is going to happen – such a forecast is already received. By monitoring the behavior of snakes and other animals, city authorities were able to make predictions before the 1985 earthquake in Heicheng, China.
While even modern man-made instruments often fail to give accurate predictions of earthquakes, it is surprising that animals can detect earthquakes.