Condominium Living Explained: Human-Animal Link Observed in Living Patterns

Just yesterday scientists in Washington released the results of a twelve year study of human living patterns. It turns out that there is a link between humans, rabbits, ants, and bees. As rabbits seek community in warrens, ants in ant hills, and bees in hives, humans instinctually live in condominiums and apartments. Even when more square footage is available for less money, a large percentage of humans will choose to live in a smaller unit of space with other humans inhabiting units above, below, and beside their own. Some scientists project that this is akin to infants feeling comforted by tightly-wrapped blankets. Others believe that people thrive as part of a hive of activity as opposed to the boredom of a quiet house.

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