Cats Shouldn’t Love Tuna (But They Do)

Tuna are big, fast-swimming ocean fish. They're hardly the natural prey of cats, whose ancestors evolved in the desert. Yet a study of taste receptors in cats shows that they're predisposed to LOVE tuna. Hosted by: Stefan Chin
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