TAIL SWISHING - Swinging of the tail so that the long hairs at the end of the tail brush against the body of the animal. Tail swishing is performed by horses and cattle and serves as a defensive action against flies. T18202. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.   Hind legs Tail Swishing, mpg video 913KB  

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Your_Expertise: Expert
Image_Acceptability: Acceptable
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Video_Length: Just right
Focal_Animal: No
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This view needs to have the whole tail in the picture. The current clip is too close.

 

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TAIL SWISHING - Swinging of the tail so that the long hairs at the end of the tail brush against the body of the animal. Tail swishing is performed by horses and cattle and serves as a defensive action against flies. T18202. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.   Hind legs Tail Swishing, mpg video 913KB  

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