Except for one thing: Both human and nonhuman animals are donning masks so that they can breathe.
The image, from 2014, was shot in China's capital city, Beijing, on a day when the city raised its four-tiered air pollution alert system to "orange," according to Reuters.
Since then, people have discovered that air pollution in Beijing is even worse than they originally thought - breathing the air there is tantamount to smoking 40 cigarettes a day, a study released this year says.
But China isn't the only one making the only planet we've got poisonous for humans and animals. In the ranking of the earth's worst polluting countries, the U.S. is a close runner-up.
You may have never seen anything like this image before - but you surely will in the future.
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