Meet the Sea Lion Dancing When He Listens Backstreet Boys
Scientists from Santa Cruz, California, who have dubious musical taste, have taught a sea lion to dance to the beat of a song.
This experience can help you understand how we ultimately gain a sense of rhythm. Until then, it was believed that only cockatoos and parakeets could have notions of rhythm beyond humans.
But Ronan, the waltz sea lion, broke the paradigm and seems to have done his homework well. At least that's what the following video shows:
Ronan is considered the first mammal besides man to be able to dance to the beat of a song. But the question that does not want to be silent is: what did you think of the chosen repertoire?