Stay inside, the world is healing

Stay inside, the world is healing


Pongara beach, Gabon, West Africa. Photo courtesy of: © Andrew Cooper

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With humans under lockdown, nature has taken over the earth as skies have begun to clear, wild animals are reclaiming their turf. Empty roads and beaches are being taken over by wild animals…

Read Full Article, Mumbai Mirror (03-29-2020)

Jaguars, crocodiles and sheep: Wild animals are reclaiming resorts and villages (04-01-2020)
The only winner in this coronavirus pandemic is nature, which is currently enjoying a nice holiday from human destruction…
Endangered animals such as jaguars, leatherback turtles, great curassow birds and crocodiles have been sighted in the urban areas and even in hotels of Cancun and the Riviera Maya in the Mexican Caribbean region that have been deserted following restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic…

Venice: wildlife returns to tourist-free city; Guardian UK (03-20-2020)

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