With humans locked indoors, animals take over the roads in India, India

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With humans locked indoors, animals take over the roads in India

It seems like nature is claiming what was hers. While humans are suffering from the deadly Coronavirus outbreak, the animals all across the world seem to have taken over the roads. In India, a number of videos have surfaced on social media wherein animals such as nilgai (blue bull), civet, Indian bison and sambar deer can be seen roaming freely on the roads.

India, right now, is under a 21-day lockdown, and humans are forced to stay inside their homes. Meanwhile, the wildlife has got the opportunity to roam around on the otherwise busy roads. A few days back, dolphins were seen playing in the ocean in Mumbai while Odisha’s beaches witnessed lakhs of Olive Ridley turtles return for mass nesting.

Here, have a look at some of the amazing videos of wildlife reclaiming territory.

1) Nilgai spotted just outside the famous GIP Mall in Noida

2) Sambar deer taking a stroll in Chandigarh Sector 9-10

3) A malabar civet was seen on the zebra crossing in Kozhikode


4) Dolphins spotted in Mumbai

5) Olive Ridley turtles mass nesting in Odisha

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