There’re gangs, GANGS, of monkeys fighting in Thailand! pic.twitter.com/at1lqTov0L
— Hamz 🦁 (@mhamz_i) March 17, 2020
@AnimalsWorId @peta Here is one more video of wild animals roaming in Indian streets which are empty due to lockdown. pic.twitter.com/icSJ0ocVr0
— Ali (@Rancho03479671) March 27, 2020
Les oiseaux qui étaient habitués à se faire nourrir par les gens dans les rues ne trouvaient plus personne en raison du confinement. Regardez leur réaction pic.twitter.com/Jmj4NWTY8Z
— 🇹🇷 Kıpçak (@_Artvinli) March 22, 2020
Deer in Nara, Japan are used to tourists feeding them.
Now, coronavirus has halted tourism.
And the deer are racing through the streets looking for food. pic.twitter.com/i05k85cZxU
— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) March 17, 2020
Deer from nearby Japanese National Park looking for food. Normally given treats by tourists who have ceased visiting the park. https://t.co/jOL5ZKKafG
— Scott Beidler (@ScottBeidler) March 17, 2020
#nature & #animals having there best time….#lockdownUKnow
Its time when animals are free & we r trapped in our house!! #COVID19
These are penguins moving freely on #SouthAfrican streets#COVID19SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/xqLYt6NcZ8
— Annie Frank (@FrankieTutkija) April 20, 2020
"So many deer here": With Michigan's stay-at-home order in effect, the animals seem to have taken back the streets in at least one Grand Rapids neighborhood. https://t.co/NM5E2kczPu pic.twitter.com/FUzYRBZOXO
— ABC News (@ABC) April 7, 2020
In our village it’s sheep. Their village now 🐑 pic.twitter.com/V4gVF6X3eD
— Elissa Phillips (@Elissa_Phillips) March 31, 2020
COYOTE SPOTTING! 👀
Coyote season closes some trails to dogs in the Presidio. Some alpha coyotes were recently caught on camera fighting: https://t.co/jwikCkbThB
Thanks to @amalalyousfi for this video 😯! pic.twitter.com/mnSzHGCY4s
— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) April 5, 2020
This is from Assam, India 🦏
cannot claim source pic.twitter.com/KKorxZNZcH
— AG (@baytrojan03) April 12, 2020
As residents in Barcelona stay home due to lockdown orders, wild boars have been spotted infiltrating the city's nearly empty streets https://t.co/GD6hzF1Sas pic.twitter.com/f5mvdyXEh8
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 18, 2020
I see your goats and raise you an elephant casually reclaiming the Earth in Dehradun, India
Incredible India! 🇮🇳 🐘🧡
note: the motorcyclist seen escaping is an essential worker out delivering milk.pic.twitter.com/tvjXi8geit
— Aman Bhogal #StayHomeSaveLives (@AmandeepBhogal) April 11, 2020
A roe deer running through the empty streets of Valladolid, my hometown in Spain. The tables have turned and it’s not humans going to the zoo to see caged animals, it’s the other way around. (The video was forwarded to me and I don’t know the source to acknowledge it). pic.twitter.com/VNRCU1hCf9
— Fernando Rosell-Aguilar (@FRosellAguilar) April 12, 2020
Wild boars are running around Haifa, Israel while the city’s streets are pretty empty right now. Residents say the boars used to only come out at night, but now the animals are around at all hours. pic.twitter.com/ftXKUh96Se
— CBS 21 News (@CBS21NEWS) April 18, 2020
The streets where we distribute food have now become common ground for dinner time where all the animals come together to have their share of food and all this has been possible only because you have trusted in us and supported us in every initiative. Thank you so much! pic.twitter.com/slH6Aet1oA
— Speak For Animals, Odisha (@speak_animals) April 13, 2020
Animals are taking over the streets during #Covid_19. We spotted this gorgeous fox while returning home after groceries #covidontario pic.twitter.com/sXXUxEQtNl
— Evita Rodrigues (@EvitaRodrigues2) April 17, 2020
A traffic jam in South Africa …
Video by: Lions Of Kruger Park And Sabi Sand pic.twitter.com/ZVp4MUlA2A
— animals_innocent_creatures (@AnimalsInnocent) April 19, 2020
Gangs of turkeys taking over the empty #quarantine streets here in #batonrouge #animalstakingover pic.twitter.com/aZYGVQSDqz
— Prosanta Chakrabarty (@PREAUX_FISH) April 18, 2020
👏🏼LOVE THIS! A kangaroo had the run of the city of #Adelaide, Australia as residents stayed inside to slow the spread of the deadly #coronavirus.🇦🇺🦘@911CORLEBRA777 #COVID19 #CoronavirusPandemic #coronavirusaustralia pic.twitter.com/CqVkF5wbRb
— Dr. Dena Grayson (@DrDenaGrayson) April 20, 2020
Wild and free: Animals take over the abandoned streets across different parts of the world as humans stay indoors pic.twitter.com/BF3IhVOhjt
— Reuters (@Reuters) April 20, 2020
Nature Takes Over: Animals Reclaim City Streets as Humans Remain Under Lockdown#StayHomeStaySafe #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/SMZg9HN7GM
— MANOJ K JHA aka MANU (@manojgjha) April 16, 2020
Today’s entry is dedicated to blog regular Ponytail.
14 thoughts on “April 20, 2020: Animals takes over the streets!”
Mother Earth is righting itself!
Condolences to PONYTAIL. 🙁
Here’s another good one. While Businesses were forced to shutter to humans in Bulgaria
One lucky bear received a coupon to enjoy a day at a luxury spa.
With so many U.S TSA, air traffic controllers, and baggage claim staff testing positive for Covid 19 at international airports such as Orlando
Airports world wide have realized they would be forced to hire ‘anyone’ willing to work.
Enter #catsoftwitter to the rescue.
Oh, Ponytail. I’m so very sorry to hear about your Mom. Sending my deepest condolences to you and your family.
If (when?) we ultimately disappear, I don’t think it would take long at all for nature to move back into the spaces that have been lost. Sometimes I wonder if that wouldn’t be all for the better.
Guess I’m saying that as I listen to CBC Radio right now out of Halifax reporting about the terrible tragedy in Nova Scotia and how completely senseless it was. Nineteen victims so far and more are expected to be found. As it turns out, one of the victims went to the same high school here in Quispamsis that I went to. And I know someone that had gone to school with the shooter in Moncton. He is shocked, of course.
Along with this virus, another reminder I guess not to take life for granted. You never know if it’s going to be your or someone you love’s last day.
I just read that another one of the victims shares my last name and we do have relatives through my great uncle that live in the Amherst and Truro area, so there very well could be a connection. She was out with a friend for a Sunday morning walk. 🙁
@Ponytail. I am so, so very, sorry. Please, please, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need a listening ear to bend.
Agree with Gforce. Cherish those you love and remind them they matter and are loved, everyday
as if it were the their last.
So just a reminder: I love and appreciate you all, my wonderful blog family, Always. XO
Thinking of you, Ponytail, with love n hugs
GeForce… with you also. It’s scary when the news hits closer to home than you expect.
I am so sorry for your loss Ponytail, sending you hugs and my deepest condolences.
I’m so sorry for your loss, Ponytail. I would give almost anything for 15 minutes with my parents. Losing them is always so difficult. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sorry for you loss ponytail. Condolences.
Ponytail: I’m very sorry for your loss. How is your dad holding up? How are you?
Did you see this one? https://twitter.com/ITVWales/status/1252537585681006593?s=20
Ponytail, my condolences on your loss. Hugs.