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Video: Yosemite National Park Full Of Animals During Human Absence

Video: Yosemite National Park Full Of Animals During Human Absence

National Parks are thought to be bursting with nature and peaceful animals unharmed from the outside world, but unfortunately, that’s not the case for many popular parks in the United States.


But now, animals are rumored to be showing up in large numbers since the absence of humans.

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Due to the current global crisis, national parks across the world are temporarily closing down, meaning nature-lovers will have to wait to enjoy everything the beauty of wildlife has to offer.


In what must go down as a beautiful sight, Yosemite National Park shared a video showing the park completely emptied of tourists, instead full of animals.

Coyotes walking alongside unused bike racks, Deers strolling along roads absent of traffic, and the sound of waterfalls uninterupted by loud noises are just some of the beauty you will witness when watching the video.

Although we’re all desperate to return to life as we know it, and despite us not knowing when that will be, it is still nice to see animals roaming free around their own habitat.
Click here to watch the video: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=906917896494660


On March 20, Yosemite National Park closed after suggestions from the local health department, and it is unsure when the tourist attraction will reopen to the public.

The self-isolation of humans has seemed to have had much more of a positive impact on nature than we first thought. Animals from all walks of nature are reaping in the benefits and it’s a beautiful thing.

If you haven’t heard about it already, Sea Turtles nest on Indian shores without human intervention for the first time in SEVEN years!


Do you think once lockdown is over we should do more to take care of animals of the wild? Are you happy seeing wildlife returning to what it once was? Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments!