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Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan

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Kamis, 09 Apr 2020 11:17 WIB

Jakarta - Pemberlakuan lockdown di India membuat sejumlah hewan liar mendekati habitat manusia. Di New Delhi, sekumpulan monyet berkeliaran di jalanan meminta makan.

NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 08: Monkeys gathered on the side of the road eat bananas passed out by residents as India remains under an unprecedented lockdown over the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 08, 2020 in New Delhi, India. Wild animals, including monkeys, are roaming human settlements in India as people are staying indoors due to the 21-day lockdown. With India's 1.3 billion population and tens of millions of cars off the roads, wildlife is moving towards areas inhabited by humans. Wild animals in many countries have been seen roaming streets. A study says some 60 percent of the new diseases found around the globe every year are zoonotic, meaning they originate in animals and are passed on to humans. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease that is suspected to have come from the wet markets of Wuhan, China. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Seorang warga memberikan pisang kepada monyet-monyet yang berkumpul di pinggil jalan saat India masih memberlakukan lockdown pada 08 April 2020. Getty Images/Yawar Nazir.




NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 08: Monkeys gathered on the side of the road eat bananas passed out by residents as India remains under an unprecedented lockdown over the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 08, 2020 in New Delhi, India. Wild animals, including monkeys, are roaming human settlements in India as people are staying indoors due to the 21-day lockdown. With India's 1.3 billion population and tens of millions of cars off the roads, wildlife is moving towards areas inhabited by humans. Wild animals in many countries have been seen roaming streets. A study says some 60 percent of the new diseases found around the globe every year are zoonotic, meaning they originate in animals and are passed on to humans. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease that is suspected to have come from the wet markets of Wuhan, China. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Pemberlakuan lockdown yang melarang warga India keluar rumah, kecuali untuk membeli makanan atau kebutuhan pokok, membuat hewan liar mendekati habitat manusia. Getty Images/Yawar Nazir.
NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 08: Monkeys gathered on the side of the road eat bananas passed out by residents as India remains under an unprecedented lockdown over the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 08, 2020 in New Delhi, India. Wild animals, including monkeys, are roaming human settlements in India as people are staying indoors due to the 21-day lockdown. With India's 1.3 billion population and tens of millions of cars off the roads, wildlife is moving towards areas inhabited by humans. Wild animals in many countries have been seen roaming streets. A study says some 60 percent of the new diseases found around the globe every year are zoonotic, meaning they originate in animals and are passed on to humans. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease that is suspected to have come from the wet markets of Wuhan, China. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Monyet-monyet itu tampak santai berkeliaran dan berkumpul di pinggir jalan di kawasan New Delhi, India. Getty Images/Yawar Nazir.


NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 08: Monkeys gathered on the side of the road eat bananas passed out by residents as India remains under an unprecedented lockdown over the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 08, 2020 in New Delhi, India. Wild animals, including monkeys, are roaming human settlements in India as people are staying indoors due to the 21-day lockdown. With India's 1.3 billion population and tens of millions of cars off the roads, wildlife is moving towards areas inhabited by humans. Wild animals in many countries have been seen roaming streets. A study says some 60 percent of the new diseases found around the globe every year are zoonotic, meaning they originate in animals and are passed on to humans. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease that is suspected to have come from the wet markets of Wuhan, China. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Dua ekor monyet melintasi jalanan yang sepi di New Delhi, India, pada 22 Maret 2020 lalu. Getty Images/Yawar Nazir.
NEW DELHI, INDIA - APRIL 08: Monkeys gathered on the side of the road eat bananas passed out by residents as India remains under an unprecedented lockdown over the highly contagious coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 08, 2020 in New Delhi, India. Wild animals, including monkeys, are roaming human settlements in India as people are staying indoors due to the 21-day lockdown. With India's 1.3 billion population and tens of millions of cars off the roads, wildlife is moving towards areas inhabited by humans. Wild animals in many countries have been seen roaming streets. A study says some 60 percent of the new diseases found around the globe every year are zoonotic, meaning they originate in animals and are passed on to humans. COVID-19 is a zoonotic disease that is suspected to have come from the wet markets of Wuhan, China. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Sejumlah monyet memakan pisang pemberian warga saat India masih memberlakukan lockdown pada 08 April 2020. Getty Images/Yawar Nazir.
Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan
Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan
Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan
Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan
Monyet-monyet Berkeliaran di Jalan Minta Makan