Due to the lockdown, humans are imprisoned in homes. And with this, humans must have started understanding the pain of 'cage wounds'. For the past few days, the life of humans is passing between four walls. The coronavirus has given this life to humans, whose treatment is still being sought. At the moment, the important weapon to deal with it is mask, social distancing and frequent washing of hands. At this time people should stay away from each other, so countries around the world are under lockdown, which has also changed the life of animals and birds. The environment is also very clean. Animals and birds are seen roaming free. Their pictures and videos are being shared widely on the Internet. At the same time, the latest pictures are of the lion's flock, who are seen resting on the middle road.
These photos have been shared with the official Twitter handle of 'Kruger National Park'. At the same time, hundreds of people have given their feedback on these pictures. In his tweet, 'Krueger National Park' said, this picture was taken by Ranger Richard Sauri. Kruger tourists generally do not see such a view. #SALockdown These lions usually live in the Campiana Contractual Park, an area that is not visited by tourists. This afternoon, they were seen resting on the coal tar road outside the bushes. 'Let us tell you, due to the corona virus lockdown, other wild life parks like Krueger have been closed since March 25.
In this interview Richard told in an interview, 'Lions are usually in the bushes. He only appears on the road at night. However, now they are enjoying the freedom of the park without us. '
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