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Cute Animal Babies Will Help You Be More Productive

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Jackson Wyoming Real Estate

Take a Break and See the Cutest Baby Animal Images from Jackson Hole, Wyoming

According to lifehacker.com one way to "trick your brain into being productive" is by looking at cute baby animals.

A bison calfstudy conducted by Hiroshima University in Japan found that looking at pleasant and cute images increases concentration. Participants in the study, after looking at cute animal images, increased their performance in concentration tasks by 44%.

Jackson Hole has tons of wildlife. Most folks who visit Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone Park see moose, elk, bears, coyotes, eagles, fox and much more. But only on occasion are they lucky enough to see the young ones. I put together a tour of wildlife babies and other babies in the Jackson Hole area, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone Parks.

Do you know what a baby moose is called? a baby elk? a baby porcupine?  Find out here.  Enjoy the photos!


Read the full article to learn more about researcher's theory of why looking at baby animals help you to be more productive, as well as other tricks for increasing productivity and concentration.

See more fun photos of Jackson Hole at www.JacksonHoleBuzz.com

Please keep me in mind if you know of someone who might be moving to Jackson Hole, Wyoming or who might want a vacation home where they can watch the deer and the antelope play.

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Teri McCarthy, Owner Assoc. Broker, Jackson Hole Properties

Les & Sarah Oswald
Realty One Group - Eastvale, CA
Broker, Realtor and Investor

Teri - 44% concentration by looking at baby animal pictures is amazing. Guess I will have to start posting baby animal pictures around my office walls.

Mar 01, 2013 08:48 AM
Kathy Stoltman
Ventura, CA

Teri, first I love the video.  The article states that folks like me who like to be off by themselves to work, should work in coffee shops occasionally, might try it someday!

Mar 01, 2013 08:57 AM