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 Why do cats roll over on their backs?

Answer Rolling onto its back works as one of the major types of body language a cat can use to express herself. This act can be used to express a desire to play, a sense of trust and a need to scratch. Wi... Read More »
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When do infants roll over on their own?

When you replace your toilet paper roll...do you bring it over the top or behind the roll?

Over the top, of course! Same with paper towels!
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Can refrigerators be transported on their backs?

It is not recommended, but a refrigerator can be transported on its back with caution. It is best to locate the refrigerant lines that run to the freezer and keep it as upright as possible. Once mo... Read More »
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Why do bugs end up on their backs when they die?

Simple physics can answer that: The heaviest part of the body will end up closest to the ground. Once the insect has expired and retains no use of its appendages, they act as an obstruction between... Read More »
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