A homeless man in the Kensington South sector of Johannesburg, South Africa. During the nation’s lockdown, beggars are forbidden to beg on the empty streets and barren sidewalks.
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Evidence of a drop in underwater noise pollution has led experts to predict the worldwide coronavirus lockdown may be good news for whales and other sea mammals. Researchers examining real-time underwater sound signals from seabed observatories run by Ocean Networks Canada near the port of Vancouver found a significant drop in low-frequency sound associated with ships. With the seas comparatively quiet, whales now have the rare ability to engage in more — and more complex — conversation.
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