Forecasting major climactic and geologic events by observing animal behavior in the wild is a way of life for nature-based cultures. Modern science, however, has largely ignored the potentially life-saving value that could be derived from studying Nature’s early warning system.

Now, however, increasing numbers of researchers are employing the scientific method – along with advanced technology – to quantify the necessarily anecdotal evidence of changes in animal behavior in advance of a significant event. They are also seeking to arrive at a consensus regarding causation.
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