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- These animal photos show what daily life looks like for animals that live in cities.
- As the climate changes, different species are making their way into cities, according to the Washington Post.
- Some species are moving into cities because their prior habitats are no longer suitable for living, while others are moving to cities just because it’s easier for them to survive in cities.
- Either way, these animals are learning how to thrive in urban spaces.
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Animals are adapting to city life by living in smaller spaces, being active at night, and figuring out how to navigate busy roads without getting hit by cars, National Geographic reports. A lot of animals have been displaced, as cities have been built over their habitats.
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Source: National Geographic
One example of this is the wild boar. Wild boars have been spotted in both Asian and European cities.
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Source: The Guardian
For the same reasons, coyotes are making homes in cities all over the US. Coyotes are territorial, and they have been moving into cities as territories fill up the surrounding suburban area, according to Business Insider.
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Source: Business Insider
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