12 Photos and Vids of Wild Animals “Invading” Cities During the COVID-19 Lockdown
We had a featured article, some time ago. A digital artist reimagined the world without humans on the streets. It was of course, years before any mention of the COVID-19 outbreak. He created city scapes in a world where humans just vanished. In his creations, wild animals played the role of the protagonist. While his creations displayed the more known buildings and areas of the world – like the White House, with overgrown grass and a tiger strolling through – the premise remains the same. And the artist, at it turned out, was erylie correct.
While humans are not gone, they are mostly gone from the streets. And this actually led to the “invasion” of wild animals in several cities. Take a look at our entries bellow, as they are truly captivating, the somewhat oxymoron of seeing a wild animal in a background you haven’t seen before.
Keep safe and enjoy.
Harold Hill In Romford, East London
Fox Sleeping On A Tree Stump In The Backyard
Mountain Lions Roaming The Resident Area
Lambs Seen Playing On Children’s Playground Roundabout In Preston
A Photo Of A Coyote In San Francisco Taken With A Zoom Lens From Inside The Photographer’s Car
A Wild Puma Was Captured In The Streets Of Santiago, Chile On March 24, 2020
A Wild Deer, From A Herd Used To Be Fed By The Local Population, Roams In Sri Lanka
Dozens Of Squirrels In A Santa Monica Park
Moose Running Loose In Utena, Lithuania
A Bear Is Seen Walking Around In An Asturian Town In Full Quarantine
Spotted on the playground at the elementary school next door, which has been closed for several days … wild turkeys! That’s a first. #coronavirus #westoakland pic.twitter.com/tGA4y1l09c
— Charlotte Simmonds (@CharSimmonds) March 20, 2020
नोएडा: जीआईपी मॉल के पास नीलगाय। pic.twitter.com/IsP3K39Cwf
— Shafaque Ibrahim (@shafaquealam) March 27, 2020
Spotted Malabar civet… A critically endangered mammal not seen until 1990 resurfaces for the first time in calicut town.. seems mother earth is rebooting! #COVID2019 pic.twitter.com/oG6Kg8Opoi
— Dón Grieshnak (@DGrieshnak) March 26, 2020