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    The cat in this video really wants to get close to the chickens, maybe even attack them, but fortunately for the birds, they are behind a protective barrier.

    By their nature, cats are predatory, nocturnal animals: they hunt their prey at night.

    As a result of a study, scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute concluded that today the most dangerous predator, a real ideal killer, is not a tiger, not a bear, or an orca, but an ordinary domestic cat.

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