Human interactions affects on wildlife & COVID-19

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Human interactions affects on wildlife & COVID-19

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This article is research based and is about a group of scientists who are researching how animals are responding to reduced levels of human interaction because of COVID19. This article explains the many social media posts that have been made about the abnormal animal human interactions that have been occurring and the animals that have been showing up. This research article goes into detail about certain struggles animals are having such as increased poaching and lack of food for wildlife. This article gives a point of view from both sides of the spectrum as far as a positive and negative impact that wildlife has had because of covid.

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Pandemic Pets>Our Wild Animal Friends

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This item was submitted on April 3, 2021 by Joan Church using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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