Table of contents:
- # 1. "It has never happened before, and here it is again."
- # 2. Human convenience? Did not hear
- # 3. New in cinematography
- # 4. Cats have Velcro on their paws
- # 5. Thirst pushes us to amazing things
- # 6. Agility and balance of the feline as always on top
- # 7. Where the surface is not smooth
- # 8. A unique way to avoid danger
- # 9. This I am so frightening you
- # 10. Another spider cat
- # 11. Sitter of Salvador Dali
- # 12. Top of the world
- # 13. But that was not very clever
- # 14. Schrödinger's cat?
- #15. The cat that began to melt
The range of feline oddities is certainly unprecedented. We know that the abilities of cats are simply inexhaustible. Often they are so skillful stuntmen that they deserve at least an Oscar! These tailed sly ones love to sleep in the most bizarre places, such as flower pots and napkin boxes … Sometimes their behavior exposes the whole harmony of our worldview to huge doubts about its truth, refuting all the foundations of the laws of physics!
Whoever has a cat or a cat is unlikely to be surprised by noisy acrobatic stunts at three in the morning. We know our furry pets can be launched into space - they are one hundred percent always ready! Their behavior cancels gravity, the speed of light, mechanics. How do they do it?
# 1. "It has never happened before, and here it is again."
# 2. Human convenience? Did not hear
To understand in detail the issue of cats ignoring the laws of physics, you will have to contact a specialist in this area. Celia Haddon specializes in the behavior of these animals and has lectured on these topics at Ruskin University-England and Oxford.
# 3. New in cinematography
# 4. Cats have Velcro on their paws
Celia explained that the ability of cats to climb comes down to a unique feature of their anatomy. “The claws of cats are curved, so they can use them to climb up. They put them forward only when they need to, so they know how to walk quietly and carefully, not touching the ground with their claws, but pull them out to climb up."
# 5. Thirst pushes us to amazing things
# 6. Agility and balance of the feline as always on top
Among other things, cat claws have the ability to cling to absolutely any surface. This is what explains such a love of mustachioed striped people constantly try to climb somewhere up. In this regard, a tree trunk or some not too smooth wall is ideal for the cat to sink its claws into them. Having said this, Celia added with a smile that if the surface is too smooth, and even at a right angle, then the task will become more difficult.
# 7. Where the surface is not smooth
# 8. A unique way to avoid danger
Cats are also famous jumpers who could jump up to heaven if they wanted to. The behaviorist said of cats that "they can jump six or more times their height."
# 9. This I am so frightening you
How high it will be depends on each cat individually. According to research in this area, this may be due in part to the length of their hind legs and their weight.
# 10. Another spider cat
If you're still not sure if a cat has some kind of superpower, find out how incredibly flexible they are. Celia Haddon explains: “They have free floating tiny clavicles that are not attached to any of the other bones in their skeleton. The longer clavicles in humans are attached to the sternum and scapula, holding them together."
# 11. Sitter of Salvador Dali
# 12. Top of the world
The specialist adds: "They have thirty vertebrae, the bones that make up the spine, and about twenty more vertebrae in the tail." Their discs between the vertebrae have unique cushioning properties and allow the cat's spine to be so flexible."
# 13. But that was not very clever
# 14. Schrödinger's cat?
As a result of their stunning anatomy, cats can rotate their bodies 180 degrees to the left or right. In general, you were not hallucinating, and it was not a glitch in the matrix. Cats really can do that!
#15. The cat that began to melt
If you love these amazing animals, read our other article about them. 20 photos of sleeping cats that leave no doubt that they are the cutest pets.
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