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How nature is healing during the lockdown?

How nature is healing during the lockdown ? Our nature is recovering slowly. Different animals had was seen to take over the streets and enj...

How nature is healing during the lockdown? Our nature is recovering slowly. Different animals had was seen to take over the streets and enjoying themselves during the lockdown. 

Nature is healing
Nature is healing



In 2019, we heard a lot about climate change and how it is affecting our planet and the species that live here.

Nature is healing

People have played a major role in this climate change. As a result of population growth, it has increased a lot. This never-ending discipline has created a major problem of global warming. 

The current year is 2020. This is the year when the COVID-19 epidemic continues. That is why the chain is broken. The lockdown has resulted in the healing of nature. This has changed the biggest drop in fuel demand in the last seventy years. 

Wild animals take over lockdown cities

Empty streets, silent cities, closed factories, and quiet skies and now dominated by animals and birds all over the world.

Recently in Mumbai, India, Flamengo has hosted a number of events for seafront residents. Their arrival is not new, but the stunning amount this year, they came is a beautiful sight. People in Nepal also saw rhinos and took to the streets.

Residents of Chandigarh, India have spotted the leopard. The shores of Mumbai have been greeted by dolphins, and the sacred river of Kansas is now clearer than ever.

Zebras are seen crossing roads with sheep and lizards. The fox and his cubs have found new shelter near pedestrian walkways. A family of otters was also spotted in the Marina Bay area of ​​Singapore.

A glimpse of a penguin was walking beautifully on the streets of Cape Town, South Africa. Vibrations have been seen on empty streets in Adelaide Australia. As if they are performing for CCTV cameras.

People in the UK were feeding these deer, a rare sight. Horses on the streets are spotted in Izmir Turkey and many more animal scenes can be seen dominating the territory while people are in lockdown.

Although the epidemic is affecting human life on earth, it has a lot of positive effects on wildlife and nature. The stability that we and all life depend on is getting back on track.

These examples prove that humans and animals can live together and restore nature itself.

With global cooperation, our planet will recover and prosper again. Together we can save our planet from global warming, protect animals and plants. We have to protect their habitat.

This is how nature is healing during the lockdown.