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My cats brought another lizard into the house today and I managed to rescue it before they ate it. This is the second time that I grabbed one by the tail and the tail separated. I knew that happens and that the tail will grow back.

 

What surprised me both times is that the tail continues to wave for about a minute. A separated tail wagging in your hand is kind of strange and I don't fully understand how the muscles work without a brain.

 

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