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The slow tail drop is a sure sign the prey—whether squirrel, rabbit, or brother—has been spotted and aligned in the target sight.
A Siberian Husky normally holds his tail high, but a notable exception is when a target has been spotted. The prey—which could be a tasty squirrel or rabbit—is lined up in the sight. The tail drop happens just before the pounce. In this case, the subject happened to be his big brother who mistakenly had turned his back on the big guy. A rowdy game commenced.
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