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  • Germans are leading lazy lifestyles
  • Germans are leading lazy lifestyles
    Russ W (2010) ©
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Germans are leading lazy lifestyles

Germany is known for its scenic landscapes, which are perfect for hiking trips; ideal terrain for exploring the great outdoors. But it turns out that a huge number of people in Germany spend most of their time on the couch watching TV, spending less and less time outdoors.

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