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Why is that all the animals can swim in water without learning to swim but humans cannot?
I had a question since I was a child. I was always curious that all the animals can swim in water. They don't need any training or to learn swimming. But humans need to learn to swim. Why ? I am a ...
Mar 20 '13 at 14:38
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