Wild animals and pets may start behaving strangely during today’s solar eclipse

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A total solar eclipse will be visible in North America today.
Animals may start acting weirdly as the moon blocks out the sun.
Scientists aren’t completely sure how eclipses affect animal behavior.
For millions of people across North America, day will turn into night on Monday as the moon crosses between the Earth and the sun.
While most of us are expecting the upcoming solar eclipse, wild animals and pets are blissfully unaware of the rare cosmic event.
As we turn our eyes to the sky (protected by appropriate sunwear) and everything goes dark, animals may start behaving strangely — although scientists aren’t quite sure what to expect.
Reports during previous eclipses have told tales of giraffes going crazy, turtles mating, and dogs cowering.
But that evidence

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