The world’s hardened battle with the deadly pandemic showed how insignificant the whole might of humanity is, and how is the Earth supposed to exist. Every single living being, from the smallest microscopic organisms to the largest mammals equally posses the ownership rights to each particle of the Earth’s core and each drop of water in all of the oceans, lakes, and rivers.
Recently, Bored Panda published an astonishing gallery of pics showing how the fauna spreads on places we do not expect. The absence of humans really makes a difference!
Below, you can relax and enjoy the views of the wild life in its natural habitat. At the end of the day, all of us share Earth and we are completely equal. Let us hope that this will result at least in slight improvement of the abysmal state of pollution on global levels.
A pride of lions in South Africa taking a nap on the road by one of Kruger National Park’s lodges
Foxes use humans’ garden to raise their cubs
Sea turtles in Florida are finally thriving
First wolf in a century is spotted in Normandy after once being hunted to extinction
Two deer strut down the street of Boissy-Saint-Leger, a suburb of Paris, France
Normally seen only in parks, deer were noticed in residential areas of London
Mountain lions walk around in Boulder, Colorado
Popular among tourists, the beach of Ventilla, Mexico is now packed with crocodiles
In the town of Bacalar, Mexico, usually flooded with tourists, an otter was spotted
Wild boars take over the streets in Haifa, Israel
Lions are patrolling Skukuza village in South Africa
Black Bears in Yosemite National Park
Deer feed In Yosemite Valley