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Your brain knows how to wag your tail even though you don't have one, amirite?

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I used to do a little wiggle with my dog when I saw her like a dance when we got happy and I still do it instead of jumping or throwing my arms around.

I dont think this is true. I went to physical therapy once and was instructed to work a muscle I didn't have any conscious control over. The therapist didn't know what to say. Didn't believe me. He wanted me to feel it on him so I would know which muscle, and I was like, "yeah. That one. No idea how to make that do anything. I don't feel any response to any of my attempts."

@Manualham I dont think this is true. I went to physical therapy once and was instructed to work a muscle I didn't have any...

Like moving your ears. I got the muscles and other people can do it. Yet I still can't figure out how to move my ears

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For about half a billion years our ancestors had tails. It is deeply encoded into our DNA. It's also why we have a tailbone.

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