It's a scary situation for us humans amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. But while we are trapped inside our homes, nature is blooming and healing. Animals are returning to their natural habitat, rivers are cleaner than ever, and air pollution has fallen dramatically.
1. Birds visiting Bengaluru’s Sadaramangala lake.
2. Critically endangered Malabar Civet spotted on a street in Calicut.
3. Sheep enjoying in an empty park.
Animals made the best use of the Corona crisis...🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/HoB3OdJfIb— Zoobizo (@Zoobizo) April 6, 2020
4. Endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles laid millions of eggs on India’s beaches.
Mass nesting of Olive Ridley turtle in Odisha #Rushikula Beach. For the first time here in Rushikulya history turtles came in the day time for laying their eggs thanks to #Lockdown21 normally they come during the night time. @ravishndtv @sardesairajdeep @ndtv @IndiaToday pic.twitter.com/BlKXBx2Nkb— Sahinsaha (@khansahinsa) March 26, 2020
5. Deer roaming on the street of Chandigarh now that humans are inside.
6. One can see the Himalayas from Jalandhar because of reduced air pollution.
7. Peacocks resting in a village school in Rajasthan because schools are closed due to coronavirus.
Since humans are not using schools now. So these peacocks made it their meeting hall. Same pack which gave message of social distancing. From Lodhsar, Nagaur. Video is sent by Banne Singh from village. pic.twitter.com/ZIwJECPIDd— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) April 12, 2020
8. Air pollution dramatically falls worldwide. In Delhi AQI was 136 on 24th March and 82 on 12th April.
9. A clearer view of Himalayas from Dharamshala.
10. Pigeons captured connaught place as everyone was following Janta Curfew on 22 March.
11. A herd of deer seen on an empty highway of Andhra Pradesh.
12. Monkies having a good time in a pool party in Mumbai as people stay inside.
True harmony visible now.👍👍👍— Ashok Mushroof (@AMushroof) April 11, 2020
Monkeys taking bath in swimming pool of
Our society🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/TMMF6arqym
13. Rhinos In Nepal make people follow lockdown.
Rhino came out of Chitwan Reserve forest, to impliment total lockdown in Nepal pic.twitter.com/wCx7djOkqA— bgx (@imbhagasra) April 9, 2020