تصاویر جالبی از حیوانات در عصر شیوع کرونا

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در طول lockdowns مربوط به کروناویروس در سراسر جهان، حیوانات هستند که در راه مختلف را تحت تاثیر قرار. برخی نیاز به مراقبت بیشتری دارند، در حالی که دیگران در حال کمک به مردم برای مقابله. فرزندخواندگی حیوان خانگی هستند، در حالی که بسته شدن بسته بندی گوشت بوته ها منجر به euthanizing دام. حیوانات وحشی که زندگی می کنند در مجاورت شهرک های انسانی اعم از به فضاهای تازه خالی، در حالی که حیوانات شهرستان ولگرد گرسنه چرا که افرادی که به طور معمول فرستادن اسکرپ که می خورند ترک همه خانه ماندن. جمع آوری در اینجا تصاویری از حیوانات در سراسر جهان، هر دو تحت تاثیر، و مقابله با، جهان به طور ناگهانی تغییر

 

  • A lamb stands near others that have their wool dyed in rainbow colors, to support the United Kingdom’s National health Service and other key workers, by Will and Tom Lovell, who are fifth-generation sheep farmers at Manor Farm in Oxfordshire, England, on April 26, 2020. #

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  • Lisa Fascilla, with children Nina and Alex, receives a beer delivery from Karen and Mark Heuwetter and their two dogs, Buddy and Barley, on May 3, 2020, in Huntington Village, New York. The Heuwetters own Six Harbors Brewery and have trained their two golden retrievers to help them make deliveries during the pandemic. The dogs are fitted with a four-pack of empty beer cans around their neck and meet customers at their doorstep while Mark and Karen carry the beer behind them. #

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  • Ashraf el-Helw, a lion tamer, leads part of a coronavirus “Stay home and stay safe” show with his 5-year-old female African lion, Joumana, and his sister Bushra el-Helw, inside their apartment in Cairo, Egypt. With Egypt’s national circus closed due to the pandemic, el-Helw records his big cats performing tricks in his apartment and posts the videos on social media. #

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  • Sheep graze on Avington Park Golf Course. The sheep are being used to maintain the course after the staff was furloughed, following the coronavirus outbreak, in Avington, England, on May 1, 2020. #

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  • Pet adopter Mary Carmen Arreguin holds her dog at a veterinary center at San Gregorio animal shelter, which was promoting adoptions as a way of making quarantine more bearable, in El Ajusco, on the southern outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico, on April 24, 2020. #

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  • The Sweet Farm co-founder Nate Salpeter uses his iPhone to speak to a group during a “Goat 2 Meeting” Zoom call on May 1, 2020, in Half Moon Bay, California. Sweet Farm, an animal sanctuary about 45 minutes south of San Francisco, is offering cameos of farm animals on your Zoom meeting. Their goal is to give people a fun diversion from their normal meetings and to educate on the negative impacts of industrialized farming. Prices for an animal cameo start at $65. #

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  • A care worker wearing protective gloves and a mask feeds an elephant at the Planète Sauvage zoological park in Saint-Père-en-Retz, outside Nantes, France, on May 6, 2020. #

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  • Dominic Boesel, a German professional boxer who has held the IBO and WBA interim light heavyweight titles since November 2019, is joined by his bulldog puppies as he trains in his home in Freyburg, Germany, on April 28, 2020. #

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  • Health-care workers pet a New York Police Department horse as people cheer and applaud to show their gratitude to medical staff and essential workers outside NYU Langone Health hospital on April 23, 2020, in New York City. #

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  • In this April 9, 2020, photo, jackals howl in Yarkon Park, in the heart of Tel Aviv, Israel. With the city on lockdown due to the coronavirus crisis and the park nearly empty, the timid animals have come out into the open, reaching areas where they rarely venture as they search for food. #

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  • A man stops to photograph the fallow deer from Dagnam Park as they rest and graze on the grass outside homes on an estate in Harold Hill, near Romford, on April 2, 2020, in London, England. The semi-urban deer are a regular sight in the area around the park, but as the roads have become quieter due to the nationwide lockdown, the deer have staked a claim on new territories in the vicinity. #

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  • Hogs are raised at Old Elm Farms, a fifth-generation family farm, on May 5, 2020, near Sycamore, Illinois. Recent breakouts of COVID-19 at several major meat-processing facilities have caused a glut of market-ready hogs on farms and a shortage of pork in grocery stores, forcing some stores to limit customer purchases and some farmers to worry about the prospect of having to euthanize part of their herd. #

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  • Ziggie the dog wears a mask put on her face by her owner in Los Angeles, on April 5, 2020. #

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  • A Blue Cross of India worker feeds stray dogs at Marina Beach during a government-imposed nationwide lockdown in Chennai, India, on April 22, 2020. An estimated 30 million stray dogs and 5 million stray cattle roam India’s usually bustling streets, but as the lockdown took hold, many urban commercial and industrial areas turned into virtual ghost towns, leaving the animals to fend for themselves. #

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  • A bull belonging to Spanish breeder Juan Pedro Domecq grazes at the Lo Alvaro farm at the Castillo de las Guardas near Seville, Spain, on April 28, 2020. Amid the coronavirus lockdown, thousands of events in Spain featuring the bulls have been canceled, forcing breeders to send some of their bulls to the slaughterhouse to try to recoup some of the cost of raising them—but only a fraction of what they would have earned if the bulls were sold to an event. #

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  • An Indonesian carriage driver sits under a highway bridge where he is keeping his horse in Jakarta, Indonesia, on May 6, 2020. Drivers of traditional horse carriages called delman, which are used to transport tourists around the city, are struggling to feed their families and their horses after more than a month of work loss due to the pandemic. The horses who normally get grain and commercial feed are now getting only grass that the drivers cut from vacant lots. #

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  • One-year-old Eileen Tavera and her sheep dog, Charlie, look out of their vehicle as they wait in line with hundreds of other residents affected by the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic, to collect groceries from the San Antonio Food Bank in San Antonio, Texas, on April 17, 2020. #

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  • Monkeys wait for food at Pashupatinath Temple, Nepal’s most revered Hindu temple, during the lockdown in Kathmandu, Nepal, on April 6, 2020. Guards, staff, and volunteers are making sure that animals and birds on the temple grounds don’t starve during the country’s lockdown, which halted temple visits and stopped the crowds that used to line up to feed the animals. #

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  • A person, watched by his cat, marks the days spent in confinement in his home in Givors near Lyon, France, on May 5, 2020. #

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