Penguins walk through the Cape town groups
Normally penguins don’t like big crowds and when a person comes too close to them.
In the South African Cape town penguins began to walk around the empty streets. This writes the Business Insider.
“Animals feel the most free: important gait when crossing the street, if necessary, easily jumping the border”, – is spoken in the message.
So, the trio of penguins captured one of the staff of the Rehabilitation centre SANCCOB penguin.
#Lockdown perks for #Africanpenguins in Simon’s Town while #penguinrangers keep a watchful eye. #endangeredspecies @CityofCT @TableMountainNP @CTEnviroEd #savesseabirds #marinewildlife #conservationpartners pic.twitter.com/37I4KNrLPq
— SANCCOB (@SANCCOB) April 17, 2020
“We now have quite a bit of work: birds and strive to climb away from their habitat – a penguin colony on the beach Boulders Beach” – say the staff of the Center.
Earlier in the Chilean capital of Santiago was seen unusual “passer-by”. On empty because of the quarantine the streets quietly walked wild Puma.
We also wrote that purified the canals of Venice due to the lack of tourists infested fish. Also in the center of the Italian cities, under strict quarantine, spotted wild animals that feel quite at ease.
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