Coronavirus lockdown: Bull, peacocks make surprise visits in Udupi

First Published 13, May 2020, 4:05 PM

 We bring you photos that show wildlife roaming freely as humans remain in coronavirus lockdown

<p>The coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of people to stay home, and animals have taken the opportunity to explore natural parks and empty cities.<br />
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The coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of people to stay home, and animals have taken the opportunity to explore natural parks and empty cities.
 

<p>Several national parks have also closed due to the outbreak, leaving animals to explore the park without any human distraction.</p>

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Several national parks have also closed due to the outbreak, leaving animals to explore the park without any human distraction.

 

<p>Taking advantage of the quiet streets during the pandemic, a bull was seen roaming around freely in Udupi, Karnataka.</p>

Taking advantage of the quiet streets during the pandemic, a bull was seen roaming around freely in Udupi, Karnataka.

<p>The bull roamed around freely without any fear as humans are confined to homes during the coronavirus pandemic.<br />
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The bull roamed around freely without any fear as humans are confined to homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
 

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A peafowl was also sighted as peacocks took to streets in Udupi.<br />
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A peafowl was also sighted as peacocks took to streets in Udupi.
 

<p>It was a memorable sight for onlookers as a peacock spread its beautiful tail in a train-rattling display resembling a giant hand fan.<br />
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It was a memorable sight for onlookers as a peacock spread its beautiful tail in a train-rattling display resembling a giant hand fan.
 

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