No! This isn’t a video of Hurricane Dorian as seen from Florida

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As Hurricane Dorian swirled in the Atlantic Ocean in early September 2019, a viral video showing the huge storm approaching Miami, Florida, has surfaced on social media.

The video, by now, has been viewed over 1.5 million times, been retweeted over 32,000 times and liked by over 68,000 Twitter users.

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FACT CHECK

When NewsMobile fact-checled the above viral video, we found that this is not video of Hurricane Dorian. This video is actually a composite of at least two different images.

The foreground of this animated image was taken from a stock photograph of Miami Beach, Florida. The cloud portion of this image appears to come from a May 2016 photograph of large supercell storm over Leoti, Kansas.

Digital artist Brent Shavnore first put these two images together for an artwork he shared to his Instagram page in April 2019.

 

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“The world outside had it’s own rules, and those rules were not human.” Michel Houellebecq

A post shared by Bʀᴇɴᴛ Sʜᴀᴠɴᴏʀᴇ (@shavnore) on

Shavnore’s artwork was later animated by Instagram user TheGlitch.org;

Hence, the claim attached to the video is FALSE and the video is not real but is an art work.

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