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People across the world share funny snaps of animals social distancing

Now THAT’s social distancing! People around the world share funny snaps of animals following the COVID-19 rules better than some humans

  • Some well behaved animals around the world have also been social distancing
  • Funny examples of this have been shared online and collated by Bored Panda
  • One shows a pigeon in Poland taking up a spot in a store’s outlined spaces

As people around the world adjust to social distancing rules to help stop the spread of COVID-19, it seems animals are having no such trouble.

So to show how easy it is, internet users across the globe have shared amusing snaps of animals abiding by the restrictions better than some humans.

One of the snaps, collated by Bored Panda, show cats lining up with a safe distance between them in a car park in Japan, while another captures a pigeon in Poland taking up a spot in a store’s outlined spaces.

It comes after people in London were criticised for ignoring social distancing rules last night while clapping for the NHS on Westminster Bridge.

Here, FEMAIL reveals a selection of the funniest snaps capturing animals social distancing… 

To show how easy social distancing can be, internet users across the globe have shared amusing snaps of animals abiding by the restrictions better than some humans amid the COVID-19 crisis. Pictured: Cats in an unknown location line up in the grooves of a roof

You snooze, you lose! A cheeky pigeon in Poland takes up a spot in a store's outlined spaces during the coronavirus crisis

You snooze, you lose! A cheeky pigeon in Poland takes up a spot in a store’s outlined spaces during the coronavirus crisis

Scaredy-cat! A seemingly terrified dog in Australia backs himself against a wall as a passing ginger feline becomes too close to him

Scaredy-cat! A seemingly terrified dog in Australia backs himself against a wall as a passing ginger feline becomes too close to him

All in a row: Peacocks in India space out in an orderly fashion, appearing to be in line with the pillars of a buiding

All in a row: Peacocks in India space out in an orderly fashion, appearing to be in line with the pillars of a buiding

They've nailed it! Moose in Talkeetna, Alaska, show off their social distancing skills in this snap, taken last month and shared online

They’ve nailed it! Moose in Talkeetna, Alaska, show off their social distancing skills in this snap, taken last month and shared online

One of the snaps, collated by Bored Panda , show cats lining up with a safe distance between them in a car park in Japan (pictured)

One of the snaps, collated by Bored Panda , show cats lining up with a safe distance between them in a car park in Japan (pictured)

Good boy! A pet dog in India followed a store's social distancing rules by standing in the marked space for customers

Good boy! A pet dog in India followed a store’s social distancing rules by standing in the marked space for customers

These dogs showcased their skills in Zagreb, Croatia, when staying the required distance apart while waiting for their owners

These dogs showcased their skills in Zagreb, Croatia, when staying the required distance apart while waiting for their owners

Felines in Britain appear to have mastered the art of social distancing if this picture is anything to go by

Cats all line up against a fence in the UK

Felines in Britain appear to have mastered the art of social distancing if these photographs (above) are anything to go by

These Australian white ibis, believed to be located in Sydney, illustrated to the other birds around them how to social distance

These Australian white ibis, believed to be located in Sydney, illustrated to the other birds around them how to social distance

Good doggies! These dogs, thought to be located in the UK, proved to be experts at social distancing when standing away from each other below a 'keep this far apart' sign

Good doggies! These dogs, thought to be located in the UK, proved to be experts at social distancing when standing away from each other below a ‘keep this far apart’ sign

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