On the occasion of World Oceans Day celebrated on 8 June, the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports of the Government of the Canary Islands introduced a new video that celebrates the beauty and natural richness of the water that surrounds these islands, as well as including the sounds created by various underwater species.
This new video is an audio visual piece in a specific format for social networks that is 30 seconds in length, and invites users to activate the audio of their smartphone to listen to the song of whales, conversations between dolphins and the sound of the bubbles of dozens of fish.
Through Facebook, it is expected to exceed half a million views for a video that will be subtitled in 9 different languages, and targets audiences in Peninsula Spain, France, Germany, Italy, the UK, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Holland and Poland.
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