Dietary Impact on Flora and Fauna Identification by Homo Sapiens within the GYES
In the most recent study of homo sapien ability to distinguish between flora and fauna there was 73.6 percent greater chance of misidentification between the populations studied. 150 subjects, divided evenly into four diagnostic groups (LCCB, NBAL, LBFC, and control (C)), were analyzed.
In the NBAL populations there were 79.2 greater chance of misidentifying a log as a wolf. While the population LBFC group spent 43% more time watching and waiting for boulders to move like a grizzly. Both populations (NBAL and LBFC) spotted "log dogs" and "rock bears" at a frequency 86% higher than the LCCB group.
The LCCB group was 87% more accurate in identifying fauna from flora while the NBAL group required additional assistance with just being pointed in the right direction or even assistance with removing the scope's lens cap. Meanwhile the LBFC group continued to watch boulders with sporadic comments about them having "just moved."
In fact study even found that the NBAL group's ability to distinguish flora from fauna was almost identical to the Control group.
Subject groups were defined as: LCCB (ate Log Cabin Cafe Breakfast), NBAL (No Breakfast at All), LBFC (Limited Breakfast ate From Car) and the Control Group (those who just slept in). Furthermore, additional studies are not expected to alter the findings. The study concludes that for the best chance to see wildlife, subjects should eat breakfast at the #LogCabinCafe