Posted July 15, 2014 by Bernard J. Baars in mammalian brain
 
 

From The Web – 7 kittens and a flying toy

7 kittens and a flying toyA spectacular video of eye-paw coordination in 3-month old kittens.

It could almost be faked, but it’s not. The kittens have different fur patterns, and their movements are not exactly timed. But it’s darned close!!!

AND there’s always a non-conformist — this time the second guy from the left end of the Rockettes Music Hall performance.

… and YES, it does tell us a lot about human and cat brains, and how they develop from birth and before.

(Big hat tip to the videographers at TriskelVideo)


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