Scientists unlock the "secret life of cats" using GPS

06/14/2013 | BBC · Popular Science

Researchers in the U.K. recently completed one of the largest behavioral studies of domestic cats and discovered that despite having miles of countryside to explore, felines tend to favor small territories and engage in "timesharing" behavior with potential rivals to avoid conflict. The study, conducted by the BBC and the Royal Veterinary College, used GPS trackers and cameras to track 50 house cats near London and learned that, among other things, cats have a habit of crashing their neighbors' houses, likely in search of a snack.

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