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Twitter user DannyDutch has made this bizarre video that makes salsa dancers look like ants

Man records the moment when salsa dancers from below look like ants running over the glass ceiling

  • Twitter user DannyDutch recorded the video in a building in San Francisco
  • The video shows small black dots that look like ants on a glass ceiling
  • DannyDutch revealed that the dots were actually salsa dancers
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A man traveling through a building in San Francisco is caught with the camera, which looks like ants running over glass – but the sight was not what it seems.

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Twitter user DannyDutch posted a video of small, elongated black shapes that move back and forth across a frosted glass grid.

At first glance the dots seem to be ants on a glass ceiling, but that is far from what they actually are.

Twitter user DannyDutch has made this bizarre video that makes salsa dancers look like ants

The salsa dancers can be seen dancing in pairs

The salsa dancers can be seen dancing in pairs

Twitter user DannyDutch has made this bizarre video that makes salsa dancers look like ants

DannyDutch said the video was taken from the bottom with the feet of salsa dancers
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DannyDutch said the video was taken from the bottom with the feet of salsa dancers

DannyDutch said the video was taken from the bottom with the feet of salsa dancers

The video was apparently recorded in the STC tower in San Francisco while sitting on an escalator

& # 39; A Salsa class filmed from below looks like very busy ants & # 39 ;, DannyDutch wrote in his tweet with the video.

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Upon closer inspection, it is possible to identify who is in charge and following in the dance pairs, and to see the pairs spin and move back and forth on the beat.

The video is apparently recorded in the STC building in San Francisco Digg, And show the dancers moving on a glass floor while DannyDutch appears to have stood on an escalator.

& # 39; I'm not going to lie. It gave me the heebie jeebies, & Twitter user @SeduceMeInWords wrote when watching the video.

Other tweeters quickly pointed out how similar the dancers looked from the bottom up to the disappearing footsteps in Harry Potter & # 39; s Marauder & # 39; s Map.

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