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Otters 'juggle' stones when hungry, research shows

2020年 5月 23日 Saturday - 01:24

Otters are often observed lying on their backs playing with rocks; rolling them around and batting them into the air. The reason for this so-called 'rock juggling' hasn't been fully understood, but a new study from the University of Exeter suggests that hunger is likely to be the main driver for this behavior.

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Otters are often observed lying on their backs playing with rocks; rolling them around and batting them into the air. The reason for this so-called 'rock juggling' hasn't been fully understood, but a new study from the University of Exeter suggests that hunger is likely to be the main driver for this behavior.

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Otters 'juggle' stones when hungry, research shows

2020年 5月 23日 Saturday - 01:24