Rare Images Of Animals Around The World Enjoying Cities During Lockdown

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The world may be on lockdown, but that doesn’t mean streets and parks are completely empty. Animals around the world are enjoying the peace and quiet in major cities and tourist destinations.

Curious animals all over the world are snooping around once populated areas and appear to be making themselves feel right at home.

In Istanbul, the Bosphorus, a narrow strait that cuts through the area is typically bustling with activity. But the lull in traffic amid the coronavirus lockdown has allowed dolphins to swim closer to the shore than ever before making them much easier to spot.


Tourism in Dubai has grown drastically in the past couple of years with a projected goal of 20 million visitors a year by 2020. Tourists can enjoy everything from skydiving in the desert to visiting over-the-top theme parks. For now, a lone peacock wanders around a desolate shopping center.


These Parisian ducks are crossing the street and look as if they are enjoying a nice day in the city.

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A wild boar tramples through a garden in Ajaccio, a city on the French island of Corsica, next to what appears to be a rural apartment building. Normally Ajaccio is a pretty busy place to be, with a cruise port and weekend markets.


In a coastal town in Wales, goats are seen casually strolling along the sidewalk doing some window shopping in Trinity Square which is normally bustling with people.

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Even these donkeys, seen in Allahabad, are practicing social distancing as they wait in line at the ATM at this local bank.


Just the thought of New Orleans conjures images of crowded streets during celebrations like Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest. But for now, this chicken is the only one in the typically packed Royal Street in the French Quarter.


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