50 Surprising Things That Could Be Considered ‘Mildly Interesting’ In Nature

Nature has many interesting things going on if you take the time to observe the environment. Have you ever noticed that owls don’t have eyeballs, and there are goats have accents?

Nature has mildly interesting things to surprise you with if you could take time to observe. That is the reason for the subreddit community r/mildlyinteresting.

The intensity of the interest cannot be measured. It is left for the observer to decide.

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However, a study by a 2019 Outdoor Foundation showed that 50% of people in the United States do not engage in outdoor recreation activities. In 2018, only 17.9% of people went out once a week. Ten years ago, there were a billion more outdoor activities like hikes, rides, and climbs.

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A similar study done by Yale in 2017 held the view that technology and places of work and school discourage engagement with nature.

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Consequently, older adults pity the younger generation immersed in electronic media, ignorant of how nature works. The purpose of this is to highlight the wonders that nature has to give in a bid to encourage people to spend time outdoors.

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You will find a tiny frog that will make your fingernail seem gigantic.

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Then there’s that lone branch of apples in an otherwise normal tree.

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The sun will improve the immune system, enable you to be active, and boost your mood while heightening the childhood curiosity lost by hectic schedules.

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