Pic of peacocks sitting in Rajasthan school goes viral. Learn social distancing from them, says Internet
Amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, people are socially distancing themselves to stop the further spread of the new virus. Many great stories about people staying six feet away from each other are doing rounds on the internet.
And now it seems even animals have adopted this habit.
Indian Forest Services (IFS) Officer Parveen Kaswan took to Twitter today to share an incredible picture of a group of peacocks. The image featured the birds sitting inside a government school in Roon, Nagaur in Rajasthan.
The fact that the peacocks decided to sit in a government school amid the lockdown while maintaining social distance, amazed Twitter.
Kaswan shared the image with the caption, "Learn social distancing amid lockdown from our national birds. Peacock edition. A click from a government school in Roon (Nagaur)."
And indeed, we have a lot to learn from wildlife, sometimes even social distancing. It seems, the national bird also knows the best way to deal with the novel coronavirus - social distancing.
Within minutes of being shared, the picture immediately started trending on Twitter. Netizens also took to the comments section to praise the impressive click. One user wrote, "Right time for this beautiful click!"