In the amid of the coronavirus pandemic, people are staying at home but the animals are out to explore and play. Most of the countries around the world have been shut down to stop the further spread of this COVID-19. Due to this, many of us get tired of being at home while animals on the other hand, animals love empty streets and lack of humans. Check out what animals are doing in quarantine.
Animals in Quarantine
These photos are taken from different countries around the world of different animals. Check out what these adorable, fluffy animals are doing when humans are in quarantine.
Goats in Llandudno
On March 31, mountain goats were spotted wandering the abandoned streets of Llandudno in Wales. The goats normally live on the rocky Great Orme mountain and only move into more populated regions during times of severe weather. But with so few people out in the town, they’ve decided to come out and explore.
Deer in Nara
Two Sika deer attempts to convince a shop keeper for food at the entrance to his shop in Nara, Japan. The city of Nara is famous for the deer that wander the streets and a lot of tourists visit just to see them wandering freely among people. Though, now that the roads are abandoned and the travelers are no longer serving the deer, many have started to roam into the residential quarters of the city in hopes of getting something to snack on.
Geese in Adana
A club of geese governs the empty streets along the coastline near Adnan Menderes Boulevard in Adana, Turkey after the state advised its citizens to stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Pandas in a Hong Kong zoo
Giant pandas Ying Ying and Le Le are long time inhabitants of the Ocean Park Zoo in Hong Kong. The zoo has been working to get them to naturally mate for ten years. Now that the zoo is closed to visitants and they’ve had some alone time, they ultimately have! It’s too early to tell if a baby is on the way, but parenthood could be right around the corner for this panda couple.
Penguins in the aquarium
The penguins succeeded to get out and traverse at Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. Since the building is closed to visitants due to the coronavirus, the staff allow a group of rockhopper penguins to leave their homes and walk around to see at other animals. One penguin, Wellington, especially relished visiting the fish in the Amazon Rising exhibit. The fish were also puzzled with the unexpected guest.
Peacocks in Dubai
On the first of April, a lonesome peacock moves out on the roads of Dubai to explore while all of the inhabitants are quarantined. Peacocks have been found in this area roaming the streets before the coronavirus outbreak, but they’re particularly relishing the absence of spectators and vehicles.
Seabirds in Venice
As the gondolas come to a halt in the canals of Venice, Italy, and the waters clear up, seabirds have experimented into them. Fish and ducks have also been wandering around the canals as well. Despite what some people have told, the water becoming pure isn’t from a decrease of contamination from visitors and locals being home, but it is truly because there is no boat traffic that mixes up the mud from the floor of the canals.
Pumas in Santiago
At the end of March, a puma wandered around the abandoned streets of Santiago, Chile. The city is usually hustling with six million people, but right now it’s free of people and vehicles. Pumas have been coming down from the nearby hills to examine the eerily peaceful city and see if they can find any extra food.
Monkeys in Ahmedabad
Towards the end of March, monkeys huddled around a car as a citizen served them potatoes in Ode village, Ahmedabad in India. A number of monkeys have taken over the forsaken streets, vehicles, and homes around India during its mandated lockdown.