Wild animals are slipping to explore empty streets of lock-downed cities
With humans retreating into their homes as more and more countries go under coronavirus lockdown, wild animals are slipping cover to explore the empty streets of some of the biggest cities. Wild boar have descended from the hills around Barcelona in Spain while sika deer are nosing their way around the deserted metro stations of Nara in Japan.
Indian social media has gone wild over footage of a stag scampering through Dehradun, the capital of the northern state of Uttarakhand.
Gangs of wild turkeys have been strutting the streets of Oakland in California while a puma turned up in the centre of the Chilean capital Santiago, which is under curfew.