After nearly decades of not letting mother nature breathe, there’s a decrease in pollution due to the lockdown. With humans staying indoors there has been a lot of improvement in the environment. With industries and factories shut and less vehicles on the roads, the pollution levels have witnessed a drastic fall.
And now, the extension in the lockdown is proving to be a boon for mother nature. Let’s look at some posters comparing places before and after lockdown.
Thousands of pink flamingoes were spotted in Talawe wetland, Mumbai. Though these birds visit this wetland every year, their number decreased rapidly over past years.
The water quality of river Ganga has improved that it is even fit for drinking, according to scientists.
As there are no tourists, lions were seen sleeping on a road passing through the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Beaches in Miami have become less polluted with crystal clear water. Even some beaches in Florida have been opened but with certain restrictions.
Peacocks were spotted on the empty JJ Flyover in Mumbai.
Wild mountain goats are back in the small town of Llandudno, Wales.
Sambhar deer was spotted on the streets in Haridwar.
Infamous for its smog, Los Angeles witnessed a smog free sky with clean air.
Vrishabhavathi River that flows through the Bengaluru city has seen a sharp drop in fizzing.
Bears were spotted at the usually crowded roads, that lead up to the Tirupati temple.