The coronavirus outbreak has reached nearly every corner of the world, causing billions of people to shelter in place and put a halt on their daily activities.
But animals have taken this disruption as an opportunity to explore. From California to Japan, these photos show wild animals roaming the empty streets and searching for food uninterrupted.
— MegafonoPopular® (@MegafonoPopular) March 24, 2020
On a positive note, at least nature is returning to our cities. This is from Bergamo, Italy… pic.twitter.com/VvUUPt3WZg
— Robert Woodshaw (@robertwoodshaw) March 30, 2020
With little traffic out this afternoon, a few geese had plenty of room to go for a nice stroll down Las Vegas Boulevard. Thanks to Eric Foemmel for sharing this video! pic.twitter.com/adV3EbuU5i
— FOX5 Las Vegas (@FOX5Vegas) April 1, 2020
Spotted Malabar civet… A critically endangered mammal not seen until 1990 resurfaces for the first time in India during lockdown. pic.twitter.com/JX18O9r4zn
— Nature & Animals ? (@AnimalsWorId) March 27, 2020
— Ana Raventós (@a2z75) March 19, 2020