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Can watching nature make you happy ?

A new study has suggested that watching nature documentaries can make you happier.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 14 March, 2017, 13:13
I love looking at nature. One of my favourite things is when wego out walking with camera and binoculars at the ready, even when seeing the same wildlife sometimes there's still a sense of pleasure at just being able to observe. We always find that no matter how often we go somewhere, no two walks are ever the same.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Hammerclaw on 15 March, 2017, 5:15
Depends on what nature you're observing. Watching a nesting pair of Coots raising their young, for instance, would make most people cry.
Comment icon #3 Posted by MWoo7 on 15 March, 2017, 5:44
Hhaha Good Point ! You mean like being eaten alive hahahahahaha! I've a friend that's alway bringing up, "oh isn't God wonderful", for everything, like some show about Hubble, or if her son is belting out some amazing lead guitar from some song, she'd be like "oh by the will of God" or "through God's power" etc. etc. I'm "yes yes indeed" and thinking yes its an amazing world there Mary Poppins.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Kismit on 15 March, 2017, 6:31
I love documentaries. And I love nature. Often I refer to our deck as my favorite room in the house. Infact on my recent trip to Australia I was out checking the wildlife inPort Phillip bay,( lots of bait fish, 3 small flounder and one brave little crab) when I came across one of these...It was AWESOME!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Balefries on 15 March, 2017, 19:33
I mean, like what Hammerclaw said, seeing wolves raise their pups can make one happy. Observing a gazelle being eaten by an alligator won't.

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