Risk Taking is Hardwired

A self-initiated illustration based on Nautilus' article 'When Destructive Behavior Makes Biological Sense', which discusses the reasons why people who are raised in chaotic environment tend to be impulsive risk takers and are hardwired to unconsciously adopt faster strategies for getting through their life. This concept shows a man trying to take down a gigantic octopus that had taken over his row boat. The overall chaotic scenario in the stormy ocean works as a visual metaphor for the subjects discussed in the article, as it portrays them as risk-taker daredevils.

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