Wild animals are coming into major cities?
Is this a direct result of stay at home orders?
- James BlackleyLv 72 months ago
I think its a combination of two things
1- Humans staying inside
2- Because everyones home we actually notice the wildlife around
- Anonymous2 months ago
Wild animals generally avoid contact with humans. When there are stay at home orders, fewer people are out on the streets. That emboldens many wild animals to come into cities, especially if they are looking for food or water.
- daniel gLv 72 months ago
Not yet they are not. Wait til food gets scarce for them long about autumn.
- KennyLv 72 months ago
I worked in downtown Ft. Worth, Texas and saw wild turkeys, beaver, coyotes, and raccoons often .
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- Gray BoldLv 72 months ago
Yes. As people across the world remain indoors to slow the spread of the coronavirus, animals are taking over the empty streets. Peacocks stroll the streets of Ronda, Spain; a gang of goats wander around a seaside town in north Wales; a puma climbs down from the Andes Mountains into Santiago, Chile; and coyotes trot around San Francisco.
- Chewy Ivan 2Lv 72 months ago
No. It is a direct result of the destruction of natural habitats. Wild animals have been coming into major cities long before COVID-19 arrived.