Category Archives: dancing animals

Do Animals Have Rhythm? Another Look at Musical Animals

  I’ve written on this subject before, the answer being that some animals really do dance in response to music (birds) and others are simply trained to go through the motions (dogs). Whenever I see a new example of musical … Continue reading

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Is Rhythm Innate?

                Dancing in infancy, these babies demonstrate human rhythm as nature intended. I’ve blogged in the past about animals, like cockatoos, that have a real sense of rhythm, and inherent in that concept … Continue reading

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Who’s that Cow I’m Dancing With?

    I met my dancing cow in a session with the fabulous hypnotherapist Christine Bartlett. I had just entered an airplane, stowed my luggage, and sat down. Sitting next to me was a six foot tall black and white … Continue reading

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Yet Another Dancing Animal

Warning: another animal dance video.  If you don’t like to see people dancing with animals, skip this one.  This video did go viral, so you may have seen it already.  Some animals really do have a sense of rhythm and … Continue reading

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Dancing Animals in Australia

The Nature Conservancy does great work and I love it when they use dance to showcase what they do.  OK, it’s not a regular theme, but here they are talking about their Australia project.  They illustrated it with these wonderful … Continue reading

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