Animals Funny Videos Biography
Are you happy to steal time to see animals funny video on YouTube when she was bored working? This fun hobby seems to have its benefits.
Researchers from Japan, Hiroshi Nittono, recently announced the results of their study with a team of researchers from Hiroshima University. Nittono and his team found that viewing videos or pictures of cute animals, a case of cats, dogs, rabbits, and others, can improve mood and increase productivity.
Huffington Post, Monday (1/10) launch, growing concentration in thinking after seeing the pictures funny. This condition is the result of the interpretation of the concentration of the brain that is triggered by the emotional and systematic processes in the brain.
The reaction is almost the same as when adults see infants or children are cute. In behavior, often without conscious adults should slow down the pace and reduce the volume when talking with a pet. This is what makes a person become more gentle and more concentrated after seeing the animals are adorable.
The results were published in the journal PlusOne titled "The Power of Kawaii: Cute Viewing Images Promotes a Careful Behavior and attentional Narrows Focus". "Kawaii" is derived from the Japanese word meaning cute, like the impression that emerged from cute cats are widely spread in the YouTube video.
Urban foxes have had a bad reputation for a while now. The 'dangerous dogs' de nos jours, if you will.
So we're delighted to hear of a news story that paints our foxy friends in a new, (slightly) more pleasant light.
Yes, behold the fox (not the one in the photo above - that was posed by a model) who stole a woman's handbag in Burgess Hill, West Sussex... only to return it.
“We were in the [estate's] car park and he looked at me for a few seconds before letting out this feeble yelp," Burgess Hill resident Jeremy Clark told The Argus. “Next thing I knew he had my wife’s handbag in his mouth and was running towards the bushes."
But just moments later, reports the paper, the "guilty-looking fox crept back into the car park with his bushy tail between his legs. In his mouth was Anna’s bag which he dropped at her feet before running off."
Of course, what The Argus and Mr Clark fail to mention is that Anna's wallet was missing from her handbag, and the fox was later seen buying drinks for everyone at Mooch@76 bar on Church Walk. Possibly.
Anyway, congratulations, Mr Fox. You really are fantastic, and may have single-pawedly helped to rehabilitate foxes in the eyes of us mere humans.