THE RETURN OF THE DISPLACED ANIMALS

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Many species of animals move away from areas with human presence or activity and, therefore, as human populations have grown, many native species have been displaced. However, as the human presence has decreased due to the fact that many people are locked in their homes as a result of the current pandemic, there have been reports that various species of animals have returned to occupy those spaces that were originally theirs.

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