- According to a recent study published in the journal Bioscience, people who live in areas with more birds and green plants are less likely to experience depression, stress and anxiety.
- Researchers at the University of Exeter, the British Trust for Ornithology and the University of Queensland distributed an online lifestyle survey to close to 300 people of different ethnicity, household incomes and ages.
- They found that participants who experienced daily doses of nature — “vegetation cover” and “afternoon bird abundances,” in particular — showed higher rates of well-being. Read more (3/1/17 11:16 AM)
This is a video of a Scottish wildcat kitten born at Chester Zoo leaving it’s den for the first time earlier this week. It is a tiny scrap of adorable innocent tabby sunshine, while it’s Mum looks (and sounds) like she wants to chew the face off the person holding the camera.
What a good momma
Homemade camera rig takes stunning close-up pictures of snowflakes
I swear snow is like some weird phenomena like aliens or something that shit is fucking art and you know it
are you fucking serious ofmg
This can’t be real
GEARS ARE NATURAL
What an interesting word. :D
How do the trees know not to touch each other?
Nobody knows though it’s been studied since the 1920′s.