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Lateralized behavior in the domestic cat, Felis silvestris catus
"Lateralized behaviour in the felids has been subject to little investigation. We examined the paw use of 42 domestic cats on three tasks designed to determine whether the animals performed asymmetrical motor behaviour."
Lefty or Righty? Genes for Handedness Found
"Genes that play a role in the orientation of internal organs may also affect whether someone is right- or left-handed, new research suggests."
Here's why some people are left-handed, according to science
"For left-handed people, the world probably seems like an unfair place. From scissors to power saws to sporting equipment, most things just aren't designed for them. And it wasn't long ago that many lefties were forced to eat and write with their right hands."
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