Truth Theory:  As coronavirus lockdowns and quarantines have quietened city streets worldwide, sightings of wild animals in urban areas are increasing. Across the globe, cities are eerily peaceful. And with fewer vehicles and fewer people around, rarely-sighted wild animals are popping up with more frequency in city environments.  There have been unreal shots of wild animals captured on camera in the streets, including Bambi-like sika deer in Nara, Japan. Wild boars have been seen in the cobbled streets of Barcelona. In Madrid, peacocks have been wandering along what are usually busy roads.
There were reports of raccoons playing on a beach in San Felipe, Panama. And of turkeys strolling around neighborhoods in Oakland, California.