Over the months, we have been overwhelmed with videos of animals strolling on the streets during and post lockdown as human interaction has lessened. And now there is one more similar video to help you get through Monday.
Shared by environmental activist Afroz Shah on Twitter and Facebook, the video has a herd of deer enjoying their time around in an area near River Mithi in Mumbai.
In the Facebook post’s caption, Shah revealed that the video was captured at the starting point of River Mithi which is located near Sai Bangoda. Then he added that the place is “right in the heart of the Mumbai city.”
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“Leave Mother Nature alone. Mother Nature revives. The habitat revives. Spotted deer reclaiming their forest. Positive effect of the lockdown,” he wrote while sharing the video and that’s so true. Have a look:
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For those who don’t know, Afroz Shah is a Mumbai-based lawyer turned environmentalist who started the Versova Beach clean-up in 2015. After he shared the video, people can’t stop talking about it.
Wow …. this is amazing! Some much needed positivity!— Tanishaa Mukerji (@TanishaaMukerji) July 3, 2020
Great work to preserve what we needed to …— VARUN SHARMA (@varunvish13) July 3, 2020
Unbelievable that it is Mumbai! Superb. Your efforts are bearing fruits. Keep going.— गर्व से कहो हम हिंदू है?? (@dilsebhartiya01) July 3, 2020
Very soothing. It must be protected as lockdown getting lifted.— Raghuraj Singh (@raghuraj85) July 3, 2020
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That is some rare sight to behold.