Cats' tongue is covered with pointed spines called Papilla, whose specific function was secret
If they do not clean themselves, they are filled with fleas and other diseases.
Household cats sleep for an average of 14 hours a day, but when they are awake, they charge each other to kill each other for refreshing hair, flush, garbage and hair covering their body.
Their tongues are covered with hundreds of pointed spines in the direction of Pappila, which is responsible for giving such sudden touch to Sinhos. According to a study published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Indian Academy of Sciences, this beautiful structure has an empty cavity on the tip that plays an important role in feline fitness.
"Cats do not get cleared and Pappilla's microscopic study has already been studied before how the flea volume increases. But, this work's co-author, researcher David Hu says that we first discovered that Papillon had a gap Which is included in the leaks.