- Animals are overrunning streets that were once filled with people prior to coronavirus outbreak
- In Nara Park, Japan, there are deer in the city looking for what to feed on as human traffic is absent
- Also, Lopburi, a popular place in Thailand, witnessed a pack of monkeys roaming the streets in their large numbers
So many interesting things are happening as people are quarantined in their houses across the world. To while away time, people have been spending their time on social media, with books or seeing movies.
Also happening at this time is how animals are taking over the streets that were once populated by humans.
TrulyMinds reports that both wild and non-wild animals could be seen in city streets in countries like Italy, Japan, and Thailand.
In tourist centres like the Nara Park where tourists feed caged deer with crackers, the same animals are now out to fend for themselves.
A twitter user with the name Okadennis shared a video of what is happening as he said that he finds the scene quite hilarious.
Also in Lopburi, Thailand, there is a large group of monkeys who are in desperate search of food as shared by a Facebook user, Sasaluk Rattanachai.
Animals like sheep, boars, and horses also roam several streets in Italy.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn, is self-isolating with his harem of 20 concubines at a five-star hotel, Grand Hotel Sonnenbichi, in southern Germany.
He booked the whole hotel with permission from the local district authority. However, nobody knows if the king’s fourth wife is also in the hotel with him.
It was also gathered that 119 members of the royal entourage are believed to have contracted the virus.
King Maha has a second home in Germany where he lives out most of his time and is thought not to have been in his home country since February.
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In other news, a young Nigerian man with the name Don-Pedro Ume bagged a degree from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ife, in pharma*cy in a grand style.
He was able to do so with a CGPA of 4.82 out of the total 5.0. In his post on LinkedIn, he said he could not have expected a greater outcome.
To honour his outstanding academic performance, he was given the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria Award as the best graduating student in OAU.
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