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Can animals sense when an earthquake is about to happen?

By Anne Quain, Lecturer, University of Sydney
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Many Victorians claim their cat or dog was acting strangely before yesterday’s earthquake. And while there’s no real evidence animals can predict a quake, they may be more sensitive to very tiny ones.

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