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Tottering piglets can’t walk at first but learn super-fast

August 11, 2017, 8:50 am by New Scientist Health News

Video analysis shows that it only takes piglets 8 hours to learn to gain full control over their limbs, allowing them to walk as confidently as adult pigs


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