“When humanity’s away, the animals will play.
With much of the world driven indoors to quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, some species not often seen — or, at least, rarely in such large numbers, and certainly not against such empty backdrops — are exploring cities, the Guardian reports. Photographers and social-media users have been duly documenting.
“Less tourists in Nara = less people feeding the deer in the parks,” tweets one Bloomberg reporter alongside photos of deer wandering the urban streets of Nara, Japan. The ancient city, usually a popular tourist destination, has been emptied of human life since Japan hunkered down in the face of the novel virus.”
View the whole story here: https://nypost.com/2020/03/23/wild-animals-are-exploring-cities-during-the-coronavirus-lockdowns/