BanglaHunt Desk: Deadly coronary virus has spread widely in the world. One country after another is going to this terrible virus. The World Health Organization or the World Health Organization has just declared the pandemic. China, Italy, Iran crossed India and did not kill. And the central and state governments built tightly to avoid its horrors.
Lockdown has recently been announced in several states. Outside the barnyard, strict sanctions have been imposed. Recently, Prime Minister Modi announced that lockdown would be observed across the country till April 7. In this situation, all are detained. And wildlife is taking advantage of that opportunity. People are all imprisoned in homes. Therefore, wildlife is freely roaming the empty streets. There was such a lot of news, pictures coming up all over the world.
This time, Indian people witnessed such a scenario. Malabar civet found in the Calicut district of Kerala, also in Daydupur. It is also called Jatbhai of Gandhgokul. Everyone is surprised to see this extinct animal again. Sushanta Nanda shared this video from IFS Twitter handle. There is a Malabar civet crossing the road by crossing the zebra crossing at Sunshan Road.
Now it's the turn of the Malabar large spotted civet on the roadCritically endangered with fewer than 250 matured individuals. Endemic to western ghats, not seen since 1990 surfaced at Kozhikode (sometimes known by its anglicised version, Calicut) during current lockdown. pic.twitter.com/aDvsx9QEGC
– Susanta Nanda IFS (@ susantananda3) March 26, 2020
Not only Kerala, the rich deer were found on the road to Chandigarh. Everybody has seen eye to eye with such trepidation. Environmentalists say these events are only due to environmental pollution reduction.
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