Tottering piglets can’t walk at first but learn super-fast
Hot to trotVanderli Ribeiro Photography/GettyBy Elizabeth PrestonNewborn piglets may totter slowly to begin with, but within 8 hours they are trotting with confidence. New evidence suggests that this ability is not something they are born with, and must largely be learned. The finding confirms that walking isn’t entirely innate, even for animals –...
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