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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.
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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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COVID-19 has stopped many people's businesses by quarantining many parts of the world. In addition to losses due to business interruptions, businessmen cannot pay rent and pay salaries to their employees, because they have nothing. A leather goods store recently opened its doors for the first time in two months since the introduction of a nationwide quarantine, and what the owner saw did not make him happy.
As if the quarantine was not enough blow to the business, the owner of this store in Malaysia opened his doors 2 months later and found a sad surprise.
A Facebook user named Nex Nezeum recently shared several photos of various leather goods covered in insane amounts of mold.
Shoes, bags, wallets, belts, and even furniture and floor coverings were moldy - a truly depressing sight for a store owner.
Back in March, Malaysia decided to introduce quarantine in its country in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Minor businesses like Nex's store have been closed until further notice.
But on May 10 - 53 days after the start of quarantine - the country relaxed quarantine conditions and allowed some businesses to reopen their doors.
When Nex entered his store, he saw that everything from shoes and bags to furniture and flooring was covered with mildew colonies.
The owner of the store is still in shock and does not comment on this incident.
But people on the Internet suggested that this could be due to the fact that the ventilation stopped working, which was turned off while the store was not working.
The only plus in this situation is that Nex's photos went viral, collecting over 11,000 likes in just a day, and were circulated in various media.
Of course, the store owner is not in the mood for jokes, but netizens were humorous, saying that this is a good way to find out if it is real leather or fake.
A little later, Nex posted a few more photos, which show that the cinema is also captured by mold.