Wild animals retake towns across the world as humans quarantine from Wuhan coronavirus

Across the world, as humans self-quarantine inside their homes, animals are retaking streets and towns.

In tourist spots where wildlife had depended on snacks from tourists, the animals are roaming the streets in search of food.

Below are pics of deer, sheep, horses, and even wild boar in Japan, Italy, and Poland.

Meanwhile, ducks are serenely swimming in the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy, once jampacked with tourists.

In Venice, the water in canals — now devoid of gondola traffic — is clear and full of fish.

And in Atlanta, Georgia, since the Georgia Aquarium is closed to humans, the Atlanta Humane Society put together a field trip for puppies. 😀

Sources: BoredPanda; The Animal Rescue Site; PawMyGosh

~Eowyn

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TrailDust
Admin
2 months ago

Wow!

greenworxx
greenworxx
2 months ago

The puppies at the Georgia Aquarium were really cute! I wonder if Humane Society employees just wanted a field trip for themselves and used the puppies as an excuse.

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
2 months ago
Reply to  greenworxx

LOL-That wouldn’t surprise me a bit.

Bill
Bill
2 months ago
Reply to  truckjunkie

Who’d blame them if they did…right? Just took a four hour drive along the coast, never left the truck but leaving the house felt great.

DCG
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DCG
2 months ago

Sweet!

Steven Broiles
2 months ago

I wonder how it is that animals “know” how to come back and reclaim turf? Could it be they no longer smell human pheromes and hormones?

At any rate, raccoons have made a comeback in NYC for over 20 years now, and coyote have been spotted, now and then, here and there, in Westchester, for a couple of years now.

Meanwhile, deer have never left certain areas in New Jersey. I had a call and dropped off a fellow in Ridgefield Park at night, and these deer—they had fangs!—came right up to the car.

SF jeff
SF jeff
2 months ago

I like the one where the deer are at 7-11

Dano
Dano
2 months ago

no animals will be doing this in China. They would eat them.

J.Guzman
2 months ago
Reply to  Dano

soon they will eat each other

Baritone
2 months ago

Don’t these animals recognize the need for social distancing? They are way too close to one another. At least the ducks get it. 🙂

William
William
2 months ago

“Kinda gives you the idea of what will happen to Earth without Humans!”
Really? This naturism.com poster seems pretty confident that humans, most of them anyway, are going to be culled. And this is part of that long-term project. As always the extreme misanthropy of the animal rights/greens is on display. The animals pictured here belong in woods, not city streets

WhisperinPints
WhisperinPints
2 months ago

If you’ve ever wondered how long it would take for nature to reclaim the planet if humans disappeared, you have your answer.

CalGirl
CalGirl
2 months ago

Pretty sure if I’m ever allowed to return to work in my classroom, it will be over-run by mice & ants. Wild animals don’t need an invitation…they are ALWAYS there on the outskirts of our busy, industrious lives, just waiting for an entry point without our interference. We just don’t notice them until our paths “collide.” My campus has always had feral cat colonies living on it….and tons of ground squirrels and rabbits…they all live under the buildings (we have so many “trailer-house classrooms” here in CA meant to be “temporary” that end up sitting there for 30 years) .… Read more »