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RE: movement of the amputated tail

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Posted by: newtman45 at Sun Jan 8 10:21:17 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by newtman45 ]  
   

I can answer why it still wiggles. Its the nerves. Like when a human arm is cut off or when an animal-including humans- dies even after death the body can still move. It has to do with electrical impulses going thru the tail.


   

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