While we are all taking a forced break and letting mother Earth replenish and breathe in the midst of this strange time, some pretty cool things have been happening around the world during our lockdown.

The iconic Victoria Falls, bordering Zimbabwe and Zambia, has reached its highest flows of water in a decade which is wonderful news indeed. The falls, listed as an UNESCO World Heritage site, as can be seen was down to a trickle just a few months back amidst one of the worst droughts experienced in a century.
Neighboring country Botswana has also seen exceptional flooding in the Okavango Delta this year. As of late March, the water levels are at the highest Botswana has seen in over 5 years and is still continuing to flow into the many arms of the delta.