Wildlife roam further into cities around the world in pandemic restrictions



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As individuals over the world remain inside to slow the spread of the coronavirus, creatures are assuming control over the unfilled roads…

Peacocks walk the lanes of Ronda, Spain; a posse of goats meander around a shoreline town in north Wales; a panther moves down from the Andes Mountains into Santiago, Chile; and coyotes run around San Francisco.

Picture released by Aton Chile showing an approximately one-year-old puma in the streets of Santiago on March 24, 2020 which according to the Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG) came down from the nearby mountains in search for food as less people are seen in the streets due to the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. Andrew Pina | AFP | Getty Image

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As individuals over the world remain inside to slow the spread of the coronavirus, creatures are assuming control over the vacant lanes.

Peacocks walk the boulevards of Ronda, Spain; a group of goats meander around a coastline town in North Wales; a jaguar moves down from the Andes Mountains into Santiago, Chile; and coyotes run around San Francisco.

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