A decline in caribou abundance is causing coyotes and wolves to come closer to the community of Quinhagak. When a rabid coyote attacked a local dog, it forced the village to bring in a veterinarian from outside the village - and temporarily lift the Southwest community's travel ban.
Nubian ibexes which were seen "going into Eilat city and grazing in the gardens along the seafront," and striped hyenas seen "walking around the parks and in the neighborhoods in the early hours of the evening" in the southern metropolitan of Beersheba.
As human activity is reduced due to coronavirus pandemic restrictions, wildlife sightings become more frequent.
"It is unusual for bears with youngsters to wake up so early and it is difficult to say why these have come out. The bears may have been disturbed by humans or other animals."
Snowshoe hare populations are at a high point in Alaska and are making an uncommon appearance in Anchorage.
A third cougar has been sighted wandering through a residential neighborhood of Santiago, Chile.
A coyote was observed in urban Edmonton, when they are usually found in grasslands, agricultural lands, or forested areas.
With less litter on the ground and garbage in Dumpsters behind restaurants, rats are seeking food elsewhere.
Adult deer are often seen walking down residential roads in Victoria, but are rarely seen playing.
Unusual raccoon and red fox activity in Toronto.
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease, a highly infectious and often fatal disease that affects both domestic and wild rabbits has caused widespread death among rabbits in Elliðárdalur valley in Reykjavík. It is the first time the disease is detected in Iceland outside of a rabbit farm or home.
As California streets empty under the stay-at-home measures to “flatten the curve” of the novel coronavirus outbreak, wild animals have come to reclaim their domain.
Grazing conditions are very poor this winter in Norway as an unusual amount of snow forces the reindeer to dig really deep to find food.
Video from Lopburi, Thailand shows two gangs of monkeys brawling in the street over a scrap of food. Coronavirus may be to blame.