As of this posting, there are 369,179 cases and 11,013 deaths officially documented in the U.S., with the first cases logged at the onset on January 12, 2020. So what's being done regarding a cure? So with those numbers escalating exponentially what's being done regarding a cure?
Over the past 40 years, the planet has lost half of its wildlife. The team at the 'Internet of Elephants' doesn't want the next 100 years to experience extinctions, nor more of our animals becoming endangered.
While humans face a war of sorts with an invisible adversary, wildlife move in on territories they've never tread before. For them, it's a holiday. For them to go anywhere they'd like to go, without any fear from hunters, poachers, residents or tourists is something they're relishing.
While the mortality of humans in Rushikulya River [Odisha], India is in great peril of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As a direct correlation, the survival rate of the Olive Ridley sea turtles has risen markedly in the same region.