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Celebrating Love of Life by Understanding Life

 
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In The Tourist Trail, Angela's work as researcher seems to indicate that she expresses her love of penguins through studying them. I believe studying and observing life is a healthy way of expressing one's love for the beauty of life! By coming to understand life forms more, they can be further adored and admired for their complexity and behaviors!

I love nature documentaries a lot, because of how artfully they share the beauty and complexity of the natural world! For example, this short clip about penguin chicks defending themselves from a petrel is quite beautiful!



I also like a lot of videos about Tardigrades!



What are some of your favorite ways that life is celebrated through understanding it?
 
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