7 animals that thrive in citis

Rats: Resourceful rodents that adapt to city life, scavenging in dumpsters and subway tunnels.

Pigeons: “Rats of the sky,” benefiting from abundant food sources and reduced natural predators.

Cockroaches: Survivors in extreme conditions, thriving in urban chaos.

Raccoons: Clever opportunists, exploring trash cans and adapting to city living.

Squirrels: Nimble acrobats in parks and tree-lined streets, using urban green spaces.

Deer: Venturing into city outskirts, grazing on suburban lawns and shrubs.

Coyotes: Wily canines navigating city parks and raising pups in urban environments.