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Photos Of Peacocks Lazying Around In Empty Office Spaces Wins The Internet; See Pic

Shared by a user named Natalie Worrall, the picture was explained saying that the birds are a regular visitor in the village and roam freely amid lockdown

Peacocks

Amid the coronavirus lockdown, as several animal sightings have become routinely, a picture of four peacocks sitting on the table casually at an office at the local car garage has astonished the internet. Shared by a user named Natalie Worrall, the picture was explained saying that the birds are a regular visitor in the village and roam freely without  worrying about human interruption. Several users have since posted their pictures in which they can be seen wandering carefree afield. She added saying in the caption that one of the peacocks was an albino, who liked to hang out with the rest three.  

Natalie was responding to a post by another user who tweeted about the magpies trespassing her garden while she was “enjoying the food outside”. Several users poured in the comments narrating experiences of how the animals had taken over their territory with hilarious comments and pictures.  

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Wild boars run free

Earlier, in one such video, a baby swine was seen meandering carefree on the empty streets accompanied by wild adult pigs. While some called the bunch of little wild pigs “baby pumbas”, the others agreed that the world was indeed theirs to rule at this time. 

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