Okay - not a particularly good picture, but how often does one capture the exact instant of a face plant? As you can see, both rear paws are down and both arms are akimbo, making her chin the only remaining point of contact. With a rock.
Similar to the way scientists theorize it would take a brontosaurus 15 seconds for a sensation originating at the tail to be recognized in the brain, the Kahoo is spotted here before she even realizes that she has tripped and clocked herself thusly. It's a fair comparison: just look at the shape of the Kahooki's neck. This photograph will probably add a major dimension to the general study of dog neurobiology.
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