A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock
A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock
Animals

The best animal cams to watch during lockdown, and why cat and dog videos are good for your stress levels

  • Watching clips of cute creatures can reduce anxiety, a study has found – which might explain why we’re tuning in to so many animal cams during the pandemic
  • A popular feed from a koala sanctuary features the creatures cuddling on a log, while thousands of people are eating breakfast with sea otters at a US aquarium

Topic |   Animals
A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock
A study has found that watching cute animal clips can reduce anxiety – which might explain why we’re tuning in to animal cams during lockdown. Photo: Shutterstock
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