Whiskers are super sensitive to the slightest touch. When they brush against an object, signals are sent to the brain telling the cat what is moving and where. Sumatran tigers have the longest whiskers of all the tiger subspecies. (Photo by Bob Worthington)

Whiskers are super sensitive to the slightest touch. When they brush against an object, signals are sent to the brain telling the cat what is moving and where. Sumatran tigers have the longest whiskers of all the tiger subspecies. (Photo by Bob Worthington)

Whiskers are super sensitive to the slightest touch. When they brush against an object, signals are sent to the brain telling the cat what is moving and where. Sumatran tigers have the longest whiskers of all the tiger subspecies. (Photo by Bob Worthington)

Whiskers are super sensitive to the slightest touch. When they brush against an object, signals are sent to the brain telling the cat what is moving and where. Sumatran tigers have the longest whiskers of all the tiger subspecies. (Photo by Bob Worthington)

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