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Is nature really bouncing back during lockdown?

Are animals really bouncing back during the coronavirus lockdown? The reality is more complex than that…

04/08/2020 6:54 AM
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  • Low C.
    04/11/2020 17:35

    thonas probably did a right thing la

  • Khurram S.
    04/11/2020 07:45

  • John M.
    04/09/2020 22:02

    Just proves what we are doing to the planet we are renting on a very short time lease 👍😩😩😩

  • Sunnie L.
    04/09/2020 19:43

    Unity Purging from Continent to Continent Strategically...

  • Eddie W.
    04/09/2020 18:56

    If you haven't been watching nature and maybe you need to ! Facts 💯👊 Ase'

  • Robyn W.
    04/09/2020 10:19

    Animals can exist on Earth without people! 💚🐾

  • Debbie B.
    04/09/2020 10:06

    Question is, will we learn from it?

  • Radwan A.
    04/09/2020 04:20

    مستحيل البشر يبنون هذن المنشآت ويهجروها او بقوا داخلها خوفا من كورونا ويتركوها لهذه الحيوانات والطيور البريه لتعيش فيها ... هى فترة مقته - وان طالت - لكنه البشر سيعودوا لحياتهم ومنشآتهم

  • Ravi J.
    04/09/2020 04:10

    During corona the hazard of extinction of species are increasing.

  • JuJeoo H.
    04/09/2020 04:05

    Yes! Without humans this world is in its best condition.

  • Kur
    04/09/2020 03:11

    Human or animals? Simple question..

  • Theresa G.
    04/09/2020 00:41

    Let's hope we wake up to what we are doing to the animals that share this planet with us.

  • Anna F.
    04/08/2020 23:39

    Nice to see them walk by.. please keep your safe distance.. :-)

  • Sreekutty B.
    04/08/2020 22:59

    Yes she is!!!

  • Abe G.
    04/08/2020 21:58

    ....I just feel bad for nature when humans will go back to their old ways and not learn anything from this....

  • Dani R.
    04/08/2020 21:40

    para mañana !

  • Sanella A.
    04/08/2020 21:23

    https://www.facebook.com/355243537927743/posts/2773996266052446/?vh=e&d=n SARAJEVO

  • April A.
    04/08/2020 21:09

    Animals know when danger is present. Our effects are seen in the video as animals venture out of safe areas. For a brief moment animals were allowed to act naturally. Roaming as they liked. Sadly our behaviors will not change when the virus threat is over.and they will again return to their safe zones.

  • Zoltan P.
    04/08/2020 19:50

    Well we’ve got a couple of wild ducks making a nest and laying eggs next to our pool. 🤷🏼‍♂️ That has never happened before. Unfortunately, as soon as we started work on the backyard they did abandon their eggs. Too bad. But hey, we’ve got the most nutritious breakfast out of those eggs we’ve ever had.

  • Claudi N.
    04/08/2020 19:39

    I LOVE THIS!