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Dragonfly TV: Horse Ears

Don’t we wish we could play Dr. Doolittle and talk with the animals?
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Don’t we wish we could play Dr. Doolittle and talk with the animals? This little experiment on Dragonfly TV deals with communication with horses, but can be adapted to working with dogs, cats, or other pets. Watch the video showing two young scientists set up their experiment testing their abilities to communicate with horses by wearing horse ears in two positions that horses use in communicating with each other. Find out the surprising results of their experiment. Tips are given on how to set up your own experiments with your pet even if you don’t have a horse available.

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