Ha! This dog has one funny yawn!
She's such a cutie pooch and her yawns are so adorable!
No wonder her owner decided to film her yawning and then cut together a compilation of the yawner pup!
It's like she's talking, trying to say something.
That's a whiney yawn, maybe she's tired of waiting to go out, or tired of waiting for more snacks!
Someone get that dog some snacks!!
Check out the video (above) to see one cutie pooch yawning her face off.
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You won't be seeing puppies in the movie Seven Psychopaths…because they can empathize with you!
Dogs catch the yawn bug, just like humans, chimps, and baboons, and yawns are known to be great measures of empathy.
But, when it comes to dogs, yawning is something they LEARN, after a certain point in their puppy-hood.
Danish researchers at Lund University have found that
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While many associate yawning with a certain level of tiredness, new research indicates that yawning could serve as a method for regulating brain temperature.
After studying the yawning frequency of 160 people in the winter and summer in Tucson, Ariz., Princeton University researchers found that participants were more likely to yawn in the winter as opposed to the summer.
The results have lead researchers to believe that a purpose of yawning may be to cool down our brains!
According to the thermoregulatory theory of yawning, our brains stay cool through a heat exchange with the air drawn in during a yawn. Summer temperatures warmer than our body heat don't provide the relief necessary for our overheated brains.
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