Dogs shaking in slow-motion will make your day WITH SCIENCE

Odds are decent you've seen this video of dogs shaking in super slow-motion (and if you haven't yet, you should – it's a slobbery good time). What you may not know is that there's actually some really fascinating science behind the wet-dog (and, more broadly, the wet-mammal) shake. » 10/23/13 7:40am 10/23/13 7:40am

Your afternoon catharsis: wet animals shaking in slow motion – for…

Andrew Dickerson studies how wet animals shake to become dry animals. Last year, in fact, he published the results of a study that examined the wet-shakes of 33 different animals, including some intriguing findings relating shake-frequency and overall animal size. » 3/21/13 12:09pm 3/21/13 12:09pm