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The physics behind a drinking cat

Recent studies into the physics behind how cats drink has uncovered some remarkable discoveries. The ‘J’ shape of a cat’s tongue when it drinks is efficient and keep the animal’s face dry. This sophisticated and fast way to drink, sometimes reaching speeds of 78cm per second, shows an exceptional level of development, and is full of scientific concepts exploited to help cats hydrate themselves.

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