Girls' World : 2020-01-01

Your Favorite Animals : 87 : 85

Your Favorite Animals

AGE! When a dog wags its tail, it means … It’s alert! For dogs, a wagging tail can signal a number of things. Sometimes, it means it’s happy; other times, it can mean it’s agitated. But when a dog’s tail is raised vertically and wagging at a rapid pace, it’s extra alert and keeping a close eye on whatever’s happening right in front of it. When a goat freezes or falls over, it means … It’s caught off guard! When a goat is frightened or surprised, its body’s natural instinct is to make all of its muscle go stiff. Whenever the startled goat freezes up, it completely loses its balance and topples over. When a horse kicks its back legs up, it means … It’s on the defense! When a horse forcefully lifts up and kicks its back two legs, it feels threatened and wants other animals (or people!) to know they should stay back.

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