Enmedio de la contingencia por el #Covid19Mx, en #QuintanaRoo los animales comienzan a tomar lo que es suyo...este ejemplar de jaguar fue captado por las cámaras de seguridad de un Hotel en #Tulum pic.twitter.com/aExRn90anO— Mariana Ríos (@RiosMariana01) March 31, 2020
Continuing from the last post , more animals have started to appear around cities. The latest example of this is a Jaguar that is seen roaming the parking lot of a hotel in Tulum, a hotspot in the Mayan Riviera in Mexico.
While in Wales, a tribe of Great Orme Kashmiri goats has overrun a quarantined town. The goats live in Great Orme Country Park, in Conwy, Wales. They were a gift from Queen Victoria, from the royal herd, but their descendants are wild animals that roam and forage in the large park.
Wild boar on the streets of Barcelona,urban coyotes in San Francisco & monkeys in Thailand... How animals are reclaiming our #coronavirus deserted city streets. Read with a grain of salt! 😉 https://t.co/ETaXkNVBek#StayHomeStaySafe #MotherNatureFightsBack pic.twitter.com/l3wXqVU9Nz— MANOJ K JHA aka MANU (@manojgjha) April 4, 2020
While in Boulder, Colorado, residents have a new urban animal in town, mountain lions roaming around. There has also been leopards and deers sightings in India. And in front of the Golden Gate Bridge, a coyote taking a rest has been spotted.
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