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Di Liberto says this “hind-casting” is the opposite of forecasting.
Their uninjured companions also showed heightened sensitivity, and in both hind paws.Mice may ‘catch’ each other’s pain — and pain relief|Carolyn Wilke|January 12, 2021|Science News
For example, there’s a dog who was born without front legs and learned to walk on her hind legs.Your Brain Makes You a Different Person Every Day - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain|Steve Paulson|October 14, 2020|Nautilus
In another set of experiments, the team repeated the electrojabs on the mice’s hind legs, but at lower intensity.We Need New, Safer Ways to Treat Pain. Could Electroacupuncture Be One?|Shelly Fan|August 18, 2020|Singularity Hub
The tracks’ most surprising feature is that they only show hind feet.
This video shows a bear walking on its hind legs through a New Jersey neighborhood.Bear Walks Upright, ‘Apparently Kid,’ and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|August 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A taxidermic bear stands almost six feet tall on his hind legs with his mouth gaping in a never-ending silent roar.Half of This Bar Is in Slovenia, the Other Half Is in Croatia|Jeff Campagna|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So they took the hind legs of the animal and began to drag it the other way.
“They rise up on their hind legs when somebody is coming to attack their cubs,” Palin said.
Perhaps our job, post-election, is to provide a gentle but swift boot in the bee-hind of the party whose mascot is an ass.
For, at that moment Squinty stood up on his hind legs, as the boy had taught him, and walked over toward the big balloon basket.
Then, as Squinty remembered how he had been taught to stand up on his hind legs, he thought he would do that trick now.
Squinty dropped down on his four legs, since he found that walking on his hind ones brought him no food.
He usually seizes his prey by the flank near the hind leg, or by the throat below the jaw.Hunting the Lions|R.M. Ballantyne
Sometimes he went on four feet and sometimes he stood up straight on his hind feet.