Why don't woodpeckers get concussions?
Woodpeckers have a unique physiology which prevents brain damage from their rapid and powerful pecking. This includes a small and smooth brain, cerebrospinal fluid to limit the brain's movement within the skull, and an elongated hyoid bone which wraps around the brain case to act like a safety belt.
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