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 Goose­bumps are a nat­u­ral re­flex that we can’t con­trol. It can hap­pen when we feel scared, ex­cited, happy or chilly, and can be trig­gered by a sim­ple sound or noise, or even a scary me­mory.

 An­i­mals get goose­bumps too! Some an­i­mals get them when they’re fright­ened to make their fur stand on end. This makes them ap­pear big­ger and scarier to their en­e­mies.

 Goose­bumps are known as ‘chicken skin’ in China, and ‘goose pim­ples’ in the United King­dom.

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