Wet Animals Shaking | Slo Mo | Earth Unplugged

Wet Animals Shaking | Slo Mo | Earth Unplugged
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Slo Mo #6
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  1. People are not bad shakers they are not shakers , people use their hands . You should have done a slow motion for him using his hands to remove water from his hair.

  2. Is that song in the slo mo parts, from the that viral video from a couple years ago when that guy built that crazy big wooden machine that dropped little balls and he pulled levers and it played a crazy song? it sounds just like it,

  3. If you gave the rat more time it would have started licking it's self like a cat would do if the cat got wet. Wet your cat or rat ( not too much ) and you will see that they will do small shakes and when lick them selves. Cause they are licking the water off. I'm 11 years old and I took my cats and 1 dog a bath, my mouse would lay in her water to get herself wet. From my eyes it is true that the dog comes in the number 1 spot. My dog Daisy doesn't have to lick her self cause she gets most of the water off by shaking. My cats Patches & Cissy do shakes in sections like the will shake a paw then lick it to get some more water off then go to another spot. My mouse Bella will shake like the rat in this video then start licking/grooming herself.

    I wrote this for people who don't have cats or want more proof.

    Here Are My Scores! ( from my pets )
    1. Dog
    2. Mouse
    3. Cat

    Dogs come first cause they dry faster cause they don't spend time licking them selves and they had already shaken most of the water off.
    Mice or Rats come second cause they shake their whole body and not sections.
    Cats they do sections that and that causes it to take longer than the dog or mouse/rat.

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