Many animals are known to be excellent weather experts, capable of predicting weather changes no worse than meteorologists. A woman found three such "forecasters" in her living room before a storm, having accidentally left the back door open. Of course, she put gardening aside and started taking selfies with her guests. It's always better to stay together during a storm!

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The homeowner went outside to clean up as a storm was approaching. She decided to check on the deer she fed in the nearby woods. Not finding the animals in their usual place, she was shocked when she saw them later... in her living room!

The fawns ran in through the open back door of the house

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Animals are really sensitive to weather changes. They can sense fluctuations in atmospheric pressure, changes in light, humidity, and more, responding to all of this with their behavior. Birds, horses, and dogs are considered the best weather forecasters.

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Even though these baby deer are quite small, they have realized that the best shelter from a storm is the home of their foster mom

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"Told them they could sleep in the house for the night because it was going to be nasty," the homeowner says

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"But how could you ever say no to a face like this?" the woman asks

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And indeed, you simply can't say no.

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