- A herd of elephants have been filmed calmly crossing the road in Thailand
- Wild animals are notably beginning to realize the minimized activity due to lockdown exercises around the world
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As many people continue to practise social distancing, animals are slowly taking over the streets and roads meant for human beings.
A video of a heard of more than 50 elephants crossing the road was recorded on camera in a province in Thailand as netizens watched in awe.
According to Lad Bible, the herd left the forest and crossed the highway in Chachoengsao province on Thursday, April 9.
Local police arrived on the scene to ensure the wild animals crossed the road safely with locals gathering around to watch.
According to reports, wildlife rangers were tracking the family of elephants as they moved through the road during the day, prompting them to block the road so as to prevent any accidents or blockages.
Pratya Chutipat Sakul who filmed the scene said the elephants were moving calmly and barely noticed the humans adding she was happy to witness the beautiful scene.
Meanwhile, Kruger National Park in South Africa shared photos of lions basking on tarmacked roads.
The animals had taken control of the streets following a lockdown in South Africa which prevented people from visiting even the parks.
In another report, it is quite unbelievable how some Ghanaians can just defy lockdown directives and do the contrary of protocols set in place to protect their very self from harm's way.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a trending video of traders at the CMB market also known as the Accra Brewery night market, as at 10 pm Friday, April 17, 2020 night, bustling with human and trading activities.
From the drone or aerial shot of the market, it was clear the traders and their customers were not practising social distancing in these dangerous times.
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