Have you ever noticed the way animals, birds, and other creatures behave in sense of a natural disaster? Animals even have the tendency to relocate in case they predict the occurrence of a natural disaster.
It all seems like fauna gets familiarized with its environment and therefore can sense major weather changes.
Therefore, humans can use such an opportunity of sensing “something uncommon” just by analyzing the behavior of those animals or birds around them such that they can save their lives as well.
Plenty of studies have shown that worms, for instance, are known to flee rising groundwater. Birds are known to be sensitive to air pressure changes, and often hunker down before a big storm. And in Florida, researchers studying tagged sharks say they flee to deeper water just before a big hurricane arrives. They also may be sensing the air and water pressure changes caused by the big storm. Read More
Natural disasters are beyond human understanding but God put somethings around us that can be used as cues to survival. It is therefore important to always be analytical towards everything for they could be more vital than we may think.