In recent days, people from Japan, Thailand and Italy are noticing an unexpected outcome of the quarantine - animals running on the streets due to human absence.
In Nara, Japan, a deer was spotted through city streets and subway stations. Raccoons were spotted on the beach in an emptied San Felipe, Panama, wild boars, sheeps and random horses walking around Italian streets.
Bemorepanda is inviting you to see a list of the most unusual phenomenon during Coronavirus quarantine.
Meet the new residents of Nara, Japan
Majority of the pictures where posted by Twitter user okadennis who found the whole occasion hilarious.
Another Italian user reported seeing wild boars walking around the streets.
While in another Italian city, a user reported seeing a random horse running around the city center. Until this moment, no one knows anything about the mysterious horse.
And of course we cannot ignore the sheeps, which also where spotted somewhere in Italy during the quarantine
Quarantines could continue to affect wildlife in unexpected ways, said Paige Warren, an ecologist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. “I’ll be interested in whether creatures like coyotes and foxes start acting more bold in American cities,” she said.
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The measures undertaken by various countries to put people under stringent lockdowns to stop the spread of the coronavirus have experienced an unforeseen and unique benefit. The outbreak has, at least in part, contributed to a noticeable drop in pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in some countries.
“Since the lockdown: Venice's canals have become crystal clear. Italy's coasts have dolphins coming nearer and nearer. Japan now has deer roaming free in the streets, and Thailand: the same with monkeys. China has record-breaking pollution cuts. The Earth has already begun showing signs of amazing things that are happening from the absence of human pollution. What if- and hear me out..- what if the entire human population used this as an opportunity to restart society on a greener, more environmentally conscious foot. What we're seeing in the span of a couple of days is amazing. A pipe dream.” Gina Mayer
The drastic measures enforced by China during the coronavirus outbreak have slashed deadly air pollution, potentially saving the lives of tens of thousands of people, a Stanford University researcher said.
Klopp said the pandemic could make companies and governments realize that other threats to humanity, including climate change, could be the most devastating and harmful.
"As we move to restart these economies, we need to use this moment to think about what we value," she said. "Do we want to go back to the status quo, or do we want to tackle these big structural problems and restructure our economy and reduce emissions and pollution?"
Now we must realize the harmful impacts we made to our planet are the deadliest one, we must understand that we have to stop pollution and finally start being friendly to our planet.
Is the pandemic virus a sign to stop humans actions against planet?
Let’s think about this one more time.