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What We Could Learn From Surprising Animal Sightings During This Time

With us just staying indoors for most, if not all, of the time, roads have now become quiet and peaceful. And with the sudden quietness and peace that can be found in our cities, some animals decided to stroll around, which resulted in surprising and unexpected sightings of them in our places. Some have interpreted this as nature healing. But is that really the case? Or are we missing something?

This article from Nautilus suggests that we can learn from this sudden development of things, and that is, maybe we could, in the near future, live with more animals in our cities.

More about this over at the site.

What are your thoughts about this one?

(Image Credit: Elsemargriet / Pixabay)

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If i have 1 pack of slice turkey in my fridge, its manageable. Its a value-add to my refrigerator and to my life. If someone filled a dumptruck full of slice turkey and dropped it off in my living room, suddenly slice turkey goes from a value-add to a chaotic nightmare. Things aren't inherently good or valuable. It's all about context and scalability. When you think of 7.6 billion humans, think of 7.6 billion slices of turkey in your living room.
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