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Why do cats always land on their feet?


I have wondered that for a while after I realized that the part that they land on (most of the time) is not the heaviest part of their body.

 
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    The Examiner-1 3 years ago

    Yes! I did not know about this 'ear sensitivity' in cats - or in humans. Thank you.

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    The Examiner-1 3 years ago

    I thought that they were all pretty good, but Sheila did bring up that it depends on the distance.


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