The Coronavirus Quarantine Brings Unexpected Guests On The Streets
Coronavirus pandemic has hit the world hard. Many coutries are closing they borders, as people often bury themselves in movies, social media drama or a good book.
Streets in many cities are empty, which brings unexpected guests. A lot of people completely forget about the outer world, and that gives opportunity for animals to go into cities.
In Japan deers from Nara Park were observed taking to the streets in search of food. Usually, the park is swarming with tourists, as the Sika deer living there are a local attraction. Tourists would usually buy crackers sold at the park meant specifically to feed the deers, however as the number of visitors plummeted in recent weeks, the deer seem to have no choice but to wander out of their territory to find something to munch on.
And it’s not just Japan there wild animals has taken over the streets. Italy also observed a similar phenomenon. Numerous accounts of various animals (like sheep, boars and a horse!) wandering the streets appeared on Italian social media.
Just like in the Hollywood movies, right?