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Scientists used the scans to make 3-D virtual representations of the species' inner ear shapes.They found the inner ear shapes of living cheetahs to be markedly different than those of other wild cats living today. They are all especially sensitive to distinct movements: one is sensitive to up-and-down movements, one to side-to-side movements and the last to tilting movements that go from one side to the other.Seven of the animals were modern cheetahs and one was a 'closely related' cheetah that is now extinct, which lived between 2.6 million and 126,000 years ago.More than 12 other species were examined during this phase of the research.
The research was published in the journal Scientific Reports.The court heard he thought Mr Barnes, who played for the club from 1950 to 1961 and died in 2010, and Mike Grimsley, who managed a Manchester City youth team, had known about the abuse carried out by Bennell.He said: 'I want an apology off Manchester City and anyone else, if possible.'City have launched an investigation into Bennell's links with the club, which is ongoing.The victim told the court he knew of former youth players who had been left 'destitute' and with alcohol problems.
Asked about claiming compensation, he told the court: 'I know personally, for me, it's about justice.'I'm sick to death of this being part of my life and I just want to put it to bed once and for all.'He said there was an ongoing civil case against Manchester City.
The bombshell detail was given by a victim who Bennell, who worked for Crewe Alexandra and had links to Manchester City and Stoke City, admitted abusing in 1998 when he was jailed for nine years.