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When humans aren’t around, other animals party in the middle of the coronavirus quarantine.
Dolphins, wild boars and swans are just some of the species that have begun to explore the territories that were once theirs.
It is as if the jungle book is opened. And, in the absence of humans in public spaces, other animals appear on the scene.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has forced thousands of people around the world into preventive isolation, which, in practice, has allowed other animals to go places that previously represented a threat to them.
By stopping boat and ferry traffic, the dolphins reappeared in Sardinia, Italy.
Meanwhile in the historic center of Perugia, a mother boar was taking a walk in the sun with her young.
With the cleanest water, fish and swans have been seen in the canals of Venice.
The coronavirus COVID-19 begins to leave reflections on changes in lifestyle, to preserve the environment.
See the viral Twitter posts below …
Los resultados de la cuarentena en Italia: jabalíes han entrado a la ciudad🐗, en Venecia el agua se ha tornado clara, delfines🐬 cerca de los puertos y patitos en las fuentes de Roma🦆⛲️.
¡La naturaleza puede sanar si le damos una oportunidad😍! pic.twitter.com/dWSg86FAZ0
— Kuh (@Kuh_News) March 18, 2020
Without the traffic of ships and ferries, dolphins have reappeared.
Sardinia, Italy 🌎❤️🇮🇹 pic.twitter.com/9HrpyDJnAU
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) March 18, 2020
Source: Noticias CaracolTV