As nations continue to slide under the imposition of a lockdown, people have been asked to retreat into their homes to curb the spread of coronavirus. Following this, wild animals are slipping cover to explore the empty streets of some of the biggest cities and other public places. Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda shared an adorable video, which shows camels enjoying the freedom, amid the lockdown.
Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda, who is known for sharing adorable yet intriguing animal videos on social media that are meant to show the compassionate side of wildlife, shared this adorable video on Twitter. It shows a flock of camels, enjoying on a beach. They can be seen playing with the waves while running after each other.
The video shows camels embracing the freedom that they have got amid the lockdown. However, it is disheartening that this became possible only because of the coronavirus lockdown. The video has garnered over 771 Likes and 165 Retweets. Netizens have poured in a host of comments for this adorable video. They are in love with this rare sight, which is difficult to spot.
Here Animals enjoying the freedom they deserve without people.— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) April 6, 2020
Animals are here with us, not for us. In fact, animals were here first.Time we realise this 🙏🏼
(Credit: Angie Karan) pic.twitter.com/f4vXJI58jr
Wow! Beautiful! We deny them all this joy!!— S Roy (@lightsailing) April 6, 2020
Beautiful nature . So beautiful without humans— Arti (@sasshereandnow) April 6, 2020
In the Kutch dist there are camels wh use to swim across the Arabian Sea to reach other island for food inside Indian territory.— Abhrankash🇮🇳 (@abhrankashdas) April 7, 2020
And another place in Kerala where elephants swims the Indian Ocean to reach the other island for food.
Ever since the coronavirus lockdown has been put in place, Twitter has been flooded with visuals of wildlife flocking in the streets of cities and towns across the globe. Indian Forest Service officer Susanta Nanda has been sharing a lot of videos and pictures. Earlier, he shared videos of elephants, civet, bison, deer reclaiming the streets of cities.