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10 nature photos of Miami thriving during lockdown in honor of Earth Day

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
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One of the non-health–related benefits of social distancing is the downright incredible impact that staying home is having on our planet. Los Angeles’ skyline is less smoggy, Hawaii’s coral reefs are thriving and Miami’s beaches are decidedly cleaner because we’ve all kept away for a few weeks. In honor of Earth Day, we’re bringing you a snapshot of the 305’s most popular nature spots as they stand today. While we’ve culled mostly beach shots, Miami’s version of nature is still a welcomed sight while we’re all stuck indoors. Happy Earth Day, ya’ll! 

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