South Africa's Kruger National Park is closed to the public amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, and the refuge's wild animals are taking full advantage of the diminished traffic. Last Friday, the park posted images of a pride of lions taking a group snooze across a road (probably because it's nice and warm) that, in non-pandemic circumstances, is normally filled with visitors and vehicles. Other animals, (including some zebras, were spotted hanging out together on the park's golf course, too.

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