As most of humanity is on lockdown, hunkering down in their homes, the natural world carries on living.
As most of humanity is on lockdown, hunkering down in their homes, the natural world carries on living. Air pollution over China nearly disappeared during their lockdown. In other parts of the world currently on lockdown, some wildlife is now wandering into the domain of humans. The waters of Venice in Italy are clearing up with fish and swans taking full advantage of the quietness. Deer are grazing by the empty airport in Luton, England. Wild turkeys are taking advantage of desolate playgrounds in California in the US. More stories of wildlife exploring our neighbourhoods will probably come out in the next weeks. It confirms the notion that life will carry on, if humans were not here anymore. It also goes on to show that protecting the environment, reducing climate change, a complete mindset shift and curbing human population growth are essential to ensure the future of the human race. You can follow the link below to read more about how nature has adjusted during the various lockdowns implemented in different countries worldwide.