Exotic Animals Return To Millburn As Humans Continue To Quarantine

By Stephen Cheng |

Thanks to coronavirus, humans are off the streets, along with their environmentally harmful activities, spurring many animals, far and wide, to emerge from their hiding spots and migrate back to their natural habitat of Millburn. Let’s hear from a few of these happy troopers:





“It’s good to be back. This place hasn’t changed a bit.” - Dominic, local triceratops

“Goldberg's! My paradise. Dope!” - Caesar, Malaysian orangutan

"I don’t have heads to crap on anymore, but I'm loving the dead silence and apocalyptic vibes. I’ll take it.” - Darrel, native Millburn Ostrich