Do Cows Lay down before a Storm?

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Cows are social animals and they do all lay down before it rains. They also group together in a circle pattern during blizzards. Additionally, images from Google Earth have established that cattle tend to line up their bodies in a north-south position.
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There is no conclusive evidence that cows sit down prior to a storm, effectively prediciting it.
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