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Insights into the motion of dogs

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May 31, 2011
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
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How does a dog run? Until recently, even experts found it nearly impossible to answer this simple sounding question. Zoologists have now presented the results of the most extensive study worldwide concerning the motion of dogs and offered new insights into their course of movement.

With the help of high definition X-ray and position data the scientists animated the course of motion into video sequences.
Credit: Amir Andikfar/Jonas Laustrφer

Zoologists of Jena University have presented the results of an extensive study worldwide concerning the motion of dogs and offered new insights into their course of movement.


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