Animals Are Invading The Streets While People Are Quarantined


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Do you remember the story from a few weeks ago about animals taking to the streets? They’ve been doing it more and more due to them being empty as people self-quarantine.

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Some places saw deer and many other animal types crossing the streets casually as if this was something they do on an everyday basis. It’s awesome to see.PAGE BREAK

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Wild boars have been spotted by some outside of their window. Thankfully, they don’t seem to be going wild but instead just hanging around like any humans would.

Other animals got a bit too rowdy and excited. For example, these monkeys freaked out when they found out that there weren’t enough people around to feed them.

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Now, there are more animals than ever being found on the streets. New reports are coming in almost daily and we’ve got some of the best ones here for you.

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We start with what will probably be the cutest picture on this list. It’s a tiny fox, curled into a ball, as it takes a nap on a pretty big tree stump. You can’t help but say, “aww.”

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Deer are still hanging around. This one from Sri Lanka used to get fed by the population. However, it now roams the streets looking for someone to interact with.

In fact, it seems to be the most common trend that these animals walk around like this is something that they’re used to doing. They’re just hanging out.

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Located in Romford, East London, this is Harold Hill. Apparently, this specific yard has become a housing ground for these animals, who all relax on it.

Talk about something cute. These squirrels seem happy to finally be able to run around the park freely. No humans to scare them off or startle them in any way.

The Welsh town of Llandudno was treated to quite the sight recently. A bunch of mountain goats basically took over the neighborhood in a peaceful way.

A lot of folks share the feeling that mother nature is rebounding after struggling for so long. Endangered animals are now visible because animals are reclaiming their land.

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This is enough to terrify anyone who looks out their window. It’s just two mountain lions casually roaming through the yard as if they were residents of the neighborhood.

It’s another one that is pretty terrifying. This person captured a bear walking through the quarantined streets of a city in Austria. It’s short but thrilling.

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Imagine if we were allowed outside and we could pass by these pumas on the streets. It would be one of the strangest and scariest occurrences of our lives.

This one is actually really cool. On this playground, instead of children playing, it’s a bunch of wild turkeys. They know how to have just as much fun.

Honestly, we relate to this seal more than almost any other animal on this list. It’s just chilling out, away from the water, and seemingly getting a relaxing tan.

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We end things with a great shot of a coyote hanging out by the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The photo was taken from inside a car with zoom lens to remain safe.


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