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Not so tough now, are you? Time to respect Momma Nature, you puny Homo sapiens.

The human society is now locked up inside their homes. In this moment, however temporary, nature and animals are beginning to roam the streets, rolling back geological time. When this crisis ends, perhaps humans could learn to be kinder to other species.
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A tiger spotted at one of the dedicated animal-crossing structures in Dehradun BCCL
A tiger spotted at one of the dedicated animal-crossing structures in Dehradun
How the tables have turned. The apex predator of the planet for over the last 100,000 years is now locked up in a zoo called home. So, when the “cat” is away, the mice are busy in merrymaking. Consider the following scenes. A civet cat walked freely on a lonely road in Meppayur town in
answer, touching those aspects of the issue that science can treat at all, must be because Pikaia (a now extinct primate vertebrate animal) survived the Burges decimation. Gould says that we are here because of randomness. There is no higher answer to this. That also means that we many vanish because of randomness. Random acts of kindness, anyone?
How the tables have turned. The apex predator of the planet for over the last 100,000 years is now locked up in a zoo called home. So, when the “cat” is away, the mice are busy in merrymaking. Consider the following scenes. A civet cat walked freely on a lonely road in Meppayur town in answer, touching those aspects of the issue that science can treat at all, must be because Pikaia (a now extinct primate vertebrate animal) survived the Burges decimation. Gould says that we are here because of randomness. There is no higher answer to this. That also means that we many vanish because of randomness. Random acts of kindness, anyone?

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