Wildlife scientists have been tracking the impact that the pause of human activity has had on animals. Many scientists during this time have been recording the movement of animals with the reduced human activity during Covid-19. On one hand, sightings of animals in more urban areas have been recorded during the quarantine. Although the human pause has also been connected to increased poaching. Wildlife scientists are trying to find ways for animals and humans to coexist on this planet without damage, and the limitations that Covid-19 has placed on humans' daily activities have left space for the tracking of animals' movements.

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