Nature on Display: All the exhibits were so soothing and pleasing but the butterfly exhibit exhibit is the one I found the most appealing for many reasons. It literally immersed you in the lives of the butterflies and allowed you to connect with nature by walking around this artificial, but still valuable rainforest. I enjoyed the fact of being submerged in the trees and watching the butterflies fly around me while they're in their habitat and not confined to a small area. It captured my attention with all the vibrant colors it had to offer, from the animals itself to the plants and flowers that were in full bloom. I learned about the serenity and also complexity that nature has and although it can be taught, to really understand it one needs to experience it first hand. A notable occurrence that made me find this exhibit so enjoyable was the fact that I had several butterflies land on me and I felt equla to them, not lesser or superior.
Nature and Ethics:
Yes it more than provided the means for me to indulge in nature and appreciate its beauty rather than take it for granted. I walked and became a part of the trees in the butterfly exhibit and connected with the frogs in their respective habitats. I felt a sense of relief and stress release walking through the nature exhibits. I sensed a common feeling of serenity and thought how nice it was to exit our social society and instead communicate with the land I reside on. Other people shard a similar experience in focusing on the nature and never really on their phones or even one another. It allowed everyone to connect with nature by immersing them in nature itself with walkways paved with trees, with butterflies and other animals right alongside. Yes it made me feel an obligation to it as I now feel connected to the nature in a sense that improving it, also improves my well-being as well.