• Aug 13, 2019

A mimicry of animals are expressive movements of facial muscles which allow animals to express the relation, mood or a state.

The mimicry of animals is possible thanks to mimic muscles – group of muscles which are located on the head and are attached to skull bones. These muscles are responsible for the movements of ears, lips, nostrils, etc.

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the person Can understand a mimicry of animals? Many consider that they are not present, and are convinced that all animals "as like as two peas" and a mimicry at them always identical. However it not so. If attentively to observe animals, it is possible to see easily that "look" at them always a miscellaneous.

Whether the mimicry of animals differs from a mimicry of the person? In principle, the person inherited ability to transmit emotions through a mimicry from animals so almost all mimic muscles which are available for animals were descended also to people. However there are also distinctions. At animals chewing muscles, than mimic are stronger developed, and the person has everything on the contrary.

Whether animals operate the mimicry? Was considered earlier that is not present, but now scientists reconsider the position. For example, it became clear that dogs consciously use a mimicry in communication with the person. There is a hypothesis that this ability – result of domestication of dogs , one of mechanisms thanks to which dogs "force" people to look after them.

And if all of you still think that all of you a mimicry of animals – something from area of an unscientific fantasy, look at photos of the Danish photographer Morten Koldby. In its photos "looks" of animals always different.

 Mimicry of a fox of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Bear photo mimicry

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animals lioness of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animals ostrich of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animals horse of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animal photos

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animals bison of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

 Mimicry of animals cheetah of a photo

Photo: Morten Koldby

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