During solar eclipses, birds usually stop flying and fish reduce their swimming activity. But how do these animals sense and react to this monumental natural event? Scientists are working hard to understand how this event affects the interaction between animals' biological clocks and their perception of magnetic fields.

This unusual phenomenon is generating great interest in the scientific community to understand how birds and fish interact with the complex balance in nature. Experts are trying to understand how these animals feel a solar eclipse and how it leads to instinctive behavioral changes, shedding light on yet another mysterious aspect of nature.

Solar eclipses provide us with a deeper understanding of the effects of natural phenomena on animal behavior, and research on this topic can bring a new perspective to efforts to preserve biodiversity and maintain natural balance.