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    • Y'all forget that cats were hunting birds and shit before we just decided to make them more domesticated and fat
      SUGarbage 18 aug
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    • That’s a fish being launched through the fish tube
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    • They’re not
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    • The way cats do this is that they use their tails as a rotation device. Basically, if you take their tails away, they can't do this flippity flapitty aerobatics shit
      Mudkipzy 18 aug
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    • Tail cancels and redirects momentum. Tail is attached to spine, spine in torso thus head always faces the target when the cat is focused. Coordination and muscle control in the limbs. They land toes first then gradually collapse onto the rest of the foot and let their legs and joints act like
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    • They can really really flex their backs and control their legs to change their rotational inertia
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    • Yo they have a tail, that thing helps them do whatever they want
      srichterss a month
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    • It’s the tail. They rotate it in the opposite direction that their momentum is going so they can right themselves.
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    • Depth perception, balance assisted by the tail and incredible muscle strength and response time.
      TheGaper 18 aug
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    • Their bone structure makes them able to twist in mid air very easily and always land on their feet
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    • Their tails act as stabilizers in the air.
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    • Gyroscopic tail stabilization
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    • They have an extra vertebrate which gives them a more generous angle of rotation
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    • Me in rocket league
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    • Also people dont realize its control of the head and upper part of the body. They will always look back at the ground. Where the head goes the rest of the body will automatically follow. The tail just helps get a little more motion in the ass to help align there body faster
      letitsn0w 19 aug
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    • They’re not. They’re robots meant to destroy government drones, also known as “birds”
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    • Evolution be like, you get to be unrealistically agile anywhere especially the air, but you *points to me you get a a hairless chimp that is constantly anxious
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    • Im pretty sure it’s because cats’ tails go in the other direction when they jump so they can stabilize themselves in midair so they can land on their feet.
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    • good form and excellent landing 10/10
      sasha1223 18 aug
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    • Pixel perfect timing
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    • Anime fights be like
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    • Fun fact: cheetahs are capable of dislocation and reconnecting their spine to add momentum to their runs, giving it a slingshot kind of burst. Hence why they are one of the fastest land animals on the planet.
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    • How COD players try to pull off a trickshot
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    • They use they’re tail to change direction in the air.
      Kaneki_LIVE a month
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    • They're as real as birds
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    • I didnt know they used their tails like counter weights so effortlessly
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    • The cat's center of gravity follows a parabolic curve with respect to time... it checks out...
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    • They’re actually government drones
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    • Cats can do this cause of the constant eye contact with the floor (or what ever they’re are going to land on) and as they look their tail and spines correct the feet to match the surface of the object, then using there tail for balance once landed
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    • pretty cool how they use their tails as stabilizers and reorient themselves
      Kendama 18 aug
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    • They have wares if you have coin
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    • They are very adept at shifting their center of gravity. It comes for millennia of leaping out onto prey. Being able to shift balance and change course or direction mid air is a huge benefit. Even if it’s subtle.
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    • Because they are related to Tinoon and tigers bounce simple physics
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    • There some actually really cool Newtonian Physics shit going on here.
      Apollo_Gs 18 aug
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    • And he STICKS the landing!
      AnthemGS 18 aug
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    • Okay so like, after a week of evolution nature said in a scottish accent "let's make sure these furry beasts can hunt" which brings us to the cats we see today
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    • Em evolution but thank you for the caption I wouldn't have realized 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯 now I wonder if they are real!!! Crazy
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    • Cats are liquid
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    • You'd move like that too if your torso was six feet long and your spine was more bendy
      9elypses 18 aug
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    • They use their tails to whip them around so they always land on their feet, but I've had cats break legs from jumping too high and landing
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    • Its all in the tail
      Xile523 18 aug
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    • Picklebob 18 aug
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    • jtwillem 18 aug
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    • I once saw my cat casually walking then she just fucking leapt into a backflip and caught a fly mid air-upside down
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    • Cats must have the best balance in the animal kingdom
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    • "Omg like how are cats even real 😂😂😂😏😍😜🤯🤯🤯🔥🔥🔥"
      TreesusR 18 aug
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    • Cats came from outer space to show the Egyptians how to build the pyramids and then became pets that we fully take care of.
      walkmnz 18 aug
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    • Fun fact, there terminal velocity of a cat is so low that they will almost always survive a fall of any distance. In fact, tge higher they are the more likely they are to live. Most who die from falling didn't have enough time or orient themselves to land on their feet
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    • God said let there be cat
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    • Remember these are the same creatures that fall off shelves
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    • Because they have the patented "Flexi Spine" capable of making quick rotations and sudden twists so they can move quickly in midair and easy to squeeze in small places. Get "Flexi spine" today!
      tbendz 18 aug
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    • We don’t deserve cattos
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    • They experience time more slowly than we do so they have more time to execute their reactions
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    • They are air benders
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    • Currently have a cat named Titty laying on me and the remotes out of reach and Netflix is wondering if I'm here help
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    • Uuuugh I’m sorry I love this video but the caption ruins it. Everytime there’s a caption it ruins the video, unless it’s a cringe shit video. And if a cringe shit video has a caption...it’s ultra gay. IM TAKING A STAND!! RISE UP AND TAKE DOWN THE ULTA GAYNESS THAT DISEASES THIS APP!! Sign below plz
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    • Man cat would be so cool
      daadd 18 aug
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    • Nothing is Real. Problem solved.
      uberbunk 18 aug
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    • Who wants some fucking chicken strips?
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    • Because they don't have collar bones. It allows them to restate on any access they want
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    • Senor nibbles
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    • Don't cats have double jointed spines or something and that's why they can do this
      spletest 18 aug
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    • Did you know terminal velocity for a cat is non leathal
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    • Fun fact: a healthy cat can survive hitting the ground at terminal velocity with only bruised paws
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    • Cats have a thing called a righting reflex where using there tails they are able to reorient themselves in air to always land on their feet and this is also helped by the extremely flexible backbone and their lack of a collarbone
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    • ORGANIC GYROSCOPE.
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    • Cats are hell demons. They are adorable when they’re babies, but that’s just to get your trust.
      Arescles a month
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    • Gamer_God a month
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    • It's the tail
      dem_lips a month
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    • kanep0e a month
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    • Cause of that tail bro
      Link a month
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    • its the tail
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    • Well he missed the fuckin thing, he ain’t all that
      Mickle1 a month
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    • Rocket league be like
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    • When he went ⬆️↗️↩➡️↖️↪⤵️ I felt that
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    • No collarbones i think
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    • When you accidentally turn off inertia dampeners
      Saboton a month
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    • He did a fuckin full wtf
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    • Cats don't abide by the laws of physics
      uforia 19 aug
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    • He's in the matrix what????🤯🤯🤯
      nitman 19 aug
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    • That was a trip
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    • They jump so high they don't land back, they fall back down to earth.
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    • It's called the "righting reflex" and they are mainly able to do it because they have an extremely flexible back bone
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    • That tail steering though
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    • Is this the power of ultra instinct?
      Daidouji 19 aug
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    • It’s because of there tail
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    • Wheres the ALRIGHT BRO IMMA HEAD OUT
      Joliebeyy 19 aug
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    • So this is what I call a pro gamer move
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    • The way his eyes never leave the ground....THAT'S how you do that sh*t lol
      Dusky 18 aug
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    • 360 flair
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    • hOw ArE cAtS eVeN rEaL
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    • It’s easy to forget that the same creature that tries to spread its toilet pebbles across the living room is also a highly evolved predator.
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    • 10! She stuck the landing.
      RavynLiam 18 aug
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    • I mean... people do it too, called gymnastics?
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    • That one is a savannah, which means that it’s a hybrid of an African serval and a domestic cat. I think.
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    • He missed the string haha fuckin loser
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