How social distancing impacted nature

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The spread of COVID-19 has made for a shift in the world’s ecosystems. Social distancing has pushed society away from nature for a brief moment, creating opportunity for nature to reclaim its land. ASU Filmakers Tara Sommer, Jun Zhen and Alicia Ozuna traveled to national forests and parks to look at the impact of the quarantine on outdoor spaces.

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