As human beings are locked away in their homes, mother nature is basking in all its glory as it’s finally getting the time to heal.
DYK?— Akash Deep Badhawan, IFS (@aakashbadhawan) April 27, 2020
Ganges River Dolphin, our National Aquatic Animal once lived in the Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system is now endangered. They live in fresh water and are practically blind, with small slits as eyes.
Was fortunate to spot these in Ganges in Meerut. pic.twitter.com/BKMj8LqaIi
Animals are reclaiming their natural habitats and roaming around freely while the AQI across the nation improving.
Nilgai near IGI Airport Delhi. Nilgai is state animal of Delhi. So maybe wanted to discuss few things including flight schedule. Given the special status they enjoy. Pic via @sandeep662003 pic.twitter.com/gmRy8dknNs— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) May 3, 2020
With minimal pollution, people residing in places as far as Punjab and U.P are able to spot the snow-capped, majestic Himalayas. Netizens share their Himalayan view and we cannot believe our eyes:
What nature really is and how we screwed it up.— Diksha Walia (@Deewalia) April 3, 2020
This is Dhauladhar mountain range of Himachal, visible after 30 yrs, from Jalandhar (Punjab) after pollution drops to its lowest level. This is approx. 200 km away straight. #Lockdown21 #MotherNature #Global healing. pic.twitter.com/cvZqbWd6MR
A picture captured today from sialkot LOC . Kashmir mountains. This kind of clear we are seeing after around more than 30 years pic.twitter.com/67KVRNJTOr— Khawar S Khawaja (@khawajaks) April 4, 2020
When you can see snow peaks from Saharanpur. They say it is rare to see these peaks which are 150-200 km far. I hope now people will appreciate what they were missing earlier. PC Ashutosh Mishra. pic.twitter.com/1jeGlK7LZx— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) April 29, 2020
With the lesser #pollution in #corona times and clearer sky post rain, Mt Everest could be seen from the villages of #Sitamarhi district of #Bihar.— Bihar Fraternity (@BiharFraternity) May 5, 2020
PC: Pranav Kumar#biharfraternity #rajsinghwahini #mteverest #covid19 #covid_19 #himalayas #incredibleindia #blissfulbihar pic.twitter.com/QHRB1AqQaV
Janmu visible from Sialkot Pakistan pic.twitter.com/XmZyPCiZRA— ثاقب (@SaqiTheBossMan) April 9, 2020
Snow capped peaks of Himalaya are now visible from Saharnpur !— Ramesh Pandey IFS (@rameshpandeyifs) April 29, 2020
Lockdown and intermittent rains have significantly improved the AQI. These pictures were taken by Dushyant, an Income Tax inspector, from his house at Vasant Vihar colony on Monday evening. #lockdowneffect #nature pic.twitter.com/1vFfJqr05J
This was the view from our rooftop at home in Punjab India. For the first time in almost 30 years could clearly see the Himalayas due to India’s lockdown clearing air pollution. Just amazing! 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/WmWZYQ68lC— Manjit K Kang (@KangManjit) April 3, 2020
It is a sight to behold, indeed.