New Delhi: As human beings are locked inside in a fatal fight with the novel coronavirus, the wildlife, it seems, has come out and started taking over the world, much to the wonderment of social media users. Several videos of unusual things being spotted at unthinkable places emerged on Twitter. One of them showed probably a Malabar civet crossing a road in Kozhikode. Malabar civet is listed as a critically endangered species on the IUCN Red List. However, many are doubting whether the animal seen in the video probably looking for food in a Malabar civet or not. Also Read - Actor Who Worked With Sanjay Mishra Becomes Nurse to Help Coronavirus Patients in Mumbai

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Meanwhile, people in Noida jumped in joy after having spotted a neel gai.



It has also been reported that after seven years, turtles have appeared at the 6-km-long Rushikulya beach in Odisha’s Ganjam district for mass nesting in a day. Recent reports show that the national capital Delhi, which has earlier crossed even 300, was under ‘yellow zone’ of Air Quality Index’ (AQI) which is quite rare.