The whole world is fighting against a pandemic COVID-19 which has enveloped many parts of the world. People are petrified with the aura this fatal disease has made. We all admit that it has been ages since we saw so silent roads and nature took over the environment.
Since most parts of the world have been under lockdown due to Coronavirus, nature is utilizing the time to heal itself. Delhi reported a clear sky and clean air index which is rare due to high pollution that prevails in the capital. In Mumbai, people spotted dolphins along the coast side as the ferries are not moving.
Nature is dominating the world as humans are locked inside the home. Is this nature’s way of healing itself?
Let Us Go Through Pictures And Videos That Prove The Healing Of Nature Amid Coronavirus Lockdown:
1. Swans Were Seen In Venice Canals
— Lonely Planet (@lonelyplanet) March 19, 2020
The busy streets of Venice which remained covered with tourist and canals crowded with gondolas were seen empty during coronavirus lockdown. As a result, the swans got back where they belonged. The view looked much better as nature took over.
2. Penguins Roam Freely In Chicago Aquarium
— Lonely Planet (@lonelyplanet) March 18, 2020
Penguins are those rare species which are mostly seen in aquariums. Chicago aquarium that was shut down due to the pandemic made free penguins roam inside the aquarium. Since there was no human disturbance the penguins looked happy while exploring the place.
3. Dropdown in Pollution Level In Italy
— Santiago Gassó (@SanGasso) March 11, 2020
Italy is the most affected country right now by the COVID-19. The place has reported maximum deaths and affected people. The lockdown of the place reduced the pollution level which otherwise used to be very high. NASA released the images that show a significant drop down in pollution, better air quality and clear sky.
4. Dolphins Spotted Along Mumbai Marine Line
The air in Mumbai is so nice, light and fresh ..!!! I can’t believe it 😃… and it seems dolphins were sighted just off the shore near Breach Candy club ..!!! This shutdown of cities is not so bad after all #CoronavirusPandemic pic.twitter.com/t94vhFyPRy
— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) March 21, 2020
It is believed that Mumbai Never sleeps and is one of the busiest and happening places in India. The coronavirus outbreak has locked down the city and no humans were seen. The marine lines which are Mumbai’s most visited spot were silent and no movement of ferries was seen. The Marine life was happy as dolphins were spotted along the coast. This was a very rare sighting which proved that nature is dominating the world right now.
5. Fishes Return In Venice Lagoon
A friend in Italy sent me this this morning.
“Another bright side… This is Venice lagoon… The water is clear, you can see the fishes. Amazing. I don’t think that there’s a single Ventian or italian alive that has ever seen it! 😍😍😍😍😍” #ItalyCoronavirus #COVIDー19 pic.twitter.com/6vcNyubu2k
— Johanna Shapiro (@BsweetRT) March 16, 2020
Small fishes return to Venice lagoon as the gondolas no more disturb them during the lockdown.
6. Clear Sky And Better Air Quality In Delhi
— Aniket Kumar 🇮🇳 (@aniket4u2) March 22, 2020
The capital complains the most about the deteriorating air quality ad increased pollution. Many steps ere taken to control [pollutiin in Delhi but nature found out a way to control it. The clear sky amid the lockdown relieve nature from pollution for some time.
7. Peacocks Spotted In Madrid
Peacocks were spotted roaming free in the streets of Madrid! Fish and swans returned to Venice, dolphins are swimming closer to beaches… nature is rejoicing during our lockdown.
I hope this makes more people listen and take action after the crisis. pic.twitter.com/pbQlpwTojX
— FELIPE (@felipemnzp) March 21, 2020
The peacocks felt so safe during the lockdown that they were seen on Madrid streets which are very rare.
8. Streets Of Zokapne Taken Over By Deer
Scene from the town of Zakopane, Poland. Due to residents staying indoors, the streets have been taken over by deer pic.twitter.com/9SLUYPEfqH
— Alex Sakalis (@alexsakalis) March 20, 2020
Many deer were spotted on the roads of Zokapne claiming their territory amid the lockdown.
The situation of the world might be very serious and disturbing but seeing the nature healing and claiming its presence all over feels good.