The Nature of Things The Power of Play

The Nature of Things The Power of Play

From youngsters fooling around to adults having a laugh, playing is a fact of human life. But new findings in animal behaviour show us that play is no laughing matter — in fact, it's key to survival. And it’s not just people and pets that play, but reptiles, amphibians and insects, too.

  • 2019
  • 00:44:09
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 08/14/2019
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Subjects
Play -- Psychological aspects [LCSH] Play -- Social aspects [LCSH] Mind and body [LCSH] Play behavior in animals [LCSH] Animal behavior [LCSH] Science [LCSH] Biology [LCSH] Social sciences [LCSH] Psychology [LCSH]
Team
Christine McLean (Director), Erin Oakes (Producer), David T. Suzuki (Host)
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