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Contagious yawning used by wild lions to tell each other it's time to get moving, study finds

Contagious yawning used by wild lions to tell each other it's time to get moving, study finds

A pride of lions regards a yawn as a signal to stop lying around and start hunting A pair of yawning lionesses Humans often do it when they're tired or bored, and would rather go back to bed. However, yawning is used by wild lions to tell each other it's time to...

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Animal Behaviour Elisabetta Palagi Italy University of Pisa

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