Question by Mingma Sherpa: Why do animals act different before an earthquake?
Animals act different before an earthquake because they are trying to warn us and the other animals.
Answer by C-Tech
Ultra low frequency (infrasonic) vibrations preceding the actual fault-slip is a common theory for why animals get spooked. Kind of like a deeply annoying subwoofer of natural origins.
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