Since the coronavirus has seen many places lockdown, wildlife has been seen in unexpected places. Guardian reporter, Patrick Greenfield, spoke to ecologist Dr Rana El-Sabaawi and evolutionary biologist Prof Menno Schilthuizen to ask how we might continue to share human spaces with wildlife after lockdowns are lifted.
As the coronavirus lockdown makes wildlife more visible in our cities, biodiversity reporter Patrick Greenfield speaks to ecologist Dr Rana El-Sabaawi and evolutionary biologist Prof Menno Schilthuizen about what this means for the future of cities and how urban dwellers can become more involved with natureGuardian YouTube Channel
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During the 2020 Covid-19 epidemic, lockdown has come to mean the practice of attempting to control transmission of the virus by means of restricting people’s movement and activities on a broad scale, usually on a national or state-wide basis.