Humans are not the only creature capable of using science for real-life applications. Felines also have basic understanding of some elements of physics.
According to a new study in Japan, cats use a combined understanding of the laws of physics and the principle of cause and effect and some elements of physics to predict the location of unseen prey based on sound.
Researchers in Japan wanted to know if cats can anticipate the presence of an invisible object in a box based on the sound produced by the container when it is shaken. Watch This video: