When people are absent, what do they do? To find out the nature of this “lovable” (or “obnoxious”) animal, scientists from the University of Georgia (USA) attached the necks of 60 cats living in communal families. Different associations, different regions, tiny cameras, every hour and minute report to scientists where they are, what they do. And the result is…
The average domestic cat kills 2 small animals a week. Of these, 41% of the sacrifices of this predator were amphibians (frogs, lizards and snakes), 25% were rodents, 20% were insects and the remaining 12% were birds.
Cats are very dodgy and “double sided” animals are observed.
It is cats who are responsible for reducing the number of birds. Maybe this is a regulation of nature, or rather a regulation of the law of evolution?
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