Man who communicates with turtles uses “Crazy Train” to attract his reptilian friends.

As he played a violin remix of the iconic song “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne near a pond, a man demonstrated the power of music as a universal language. To his amazement, several turtles emerged from the water and gathered around him, drawn in by the captivating melody. This heartwarming moment serves as a reminder that music has the ability to bring all creatures together, regardless of their differences.

On his Instagram page, the musician known as Clejan or The Trapt Violinist shared a video that verified his story. As he played his own remix titled “Let’s Go,” a group of turtles quickly emerged from the water and swam towards the music. The reptiles swam around the shore, and some even poked their tiny heads out of the water to catch a glimpse of the source of the sound.

Over the footage, he captioned, “This is unexpected.”

The followers expressed their surprise and awe in the comments section. They couldn’t believe how captivated the animals were in the situation.

“Someone made a joke about Pied Piper’s cousin,” was the quip shared.

One of the followers pointed out that music has the power to bring people together. They emphasized that it has the ability to unite everyone, regardless of their differences.

According to a fan’s perspective, there is a possibility that all things in nature have an inherent love for music in some form. This is because music is essentially the starting and stopping of vibrations, and since everything is made up of vibrations, experiencing it in a different manner could potentially be a life-altering experience.

The Musician Brought His Violin Back For An Encore And Even More Turtles Turned Out

It’s possible that vibrations have a significant impact on turtles. Research has shown that turtles have limited hearing abilities, but they have a remarkable ability to detect low-frequency vibrations and sound waves, especially when submerged in water.

When turtles hear vibrations, they usually use it as a way to sense predators nearby. However, in a unique scenario, the turtles were drawn towards the sound of Clejan’s violin playing instead of escaping. It’s possible that his enchanting music has a calming and mystical impact on these creatures.

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