At the tip of each whisker there is a sensory organ called a proprioceptor. The proprioceptors send messages to the cat’s brain and nervous system. A cat’s whiskers are so sensitive that they can even register slight changes in air currents. Whiskers help a cat to navigate in narrow or dark areas.
Pawtrack is a company based in the UK, which has designed the world’s first GPS tracker specifically designed for cats. Small and weighing just 50g, the collar will be launched in July 2011. The tracker takes positions every ten minutes, and then downloads these positions to a central server, or on demand. These positions can […]
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Lemurs are primates and are playful, cute and very intelligent. Their native habitat is the island of Madagascar. Lemurs have long, bushy tails which they use for balance and to communicate with each other. Their tails are ringed black and white. The body is gray, muzzles are black. They also have opposable thumbs and long […]