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@1deecee3 Sharks are a type of fish, and as all fish they have a verticle
tail and musculature that beats left to right to propulse the animal as
well as a second set of dorsal fins and pelvic fins (not found here) If the
tail is beating up and down, then it is a marine mammal such as a whale, a
dolphin or (exteme case)- manatee.
ok this made me laugh
OMG WHAT A CUTE KITTY *Cuddles Kitty*
hahaha!! very funny ))))))))
That was hilarious! Did you see how far the cat was leaning forward when it
noticed the dolphin moving closer and closer to the edge?
this is terrible all it proves is that the cat can follow something it
likes. you could put a mouse in front of a cat who likes mice and do the
exact sam thing this is shit
you are hilarious
Lol the only thought going through the cat’s mind is “How is it so fast!?”
Thanks a lot! it gave me a lot of work and investigation!
haha, great Satirical video
Or it confirms that cats are twitchy…..
For my next trick I’ll make a dog salivate when I ring a bell. You shoulda
uesd a control group by putting a stuffed animal of a cat next to a REAL
it looks more like a shark to me…??
@oliverschannel1 You are boring.
This is the greatest scientific research done on YouTube yet! Bravo.
the cat is not responding “telepathically” as one might think. the cat is
simply reacting to the dolphin moving. I am a believer in telepathy, but I
can still see a faulty experiment.
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