Sumary of Corsican Cows Won’t Give Up Beach Home To Tourists, Post Lockdown:
- AFP via Getty Images Animals roaming the empty cities and countryside have been common during the pandemic, many taking advantage of a lack of humans.
- The Mare e Sol beach in Coti-Chiavari on the French island of Corsica can be the place to be in summer for about 30 animals.
- There are signs in French that tell people they are wild animals and not to get too close.
- At that time, the local authorities were looking for a longer-term solution, possibly involving castration or putting down some animals–although that wouldn’t work for the entire island population.
- During the lockdown, the animals had more of a free rein than usual and as tourists return, they have become “unusually headstrong” as reported by the New York Post.
- ” A sign reads “Attention, wild animals, danger, stay away” near cows on the Mare e Sol beach in .