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Why do seals swim with their belly and sea lions with their front fins? There is finally an answer – Commentary Box Sports

Why do seals swim with their belly and sea lions with their front fins? moving forward! Very funny, smart, but where does this difference in the swimming

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Why do seals swim with their belly and sea lions with their front fins? moving forward!
Very funny, smart, but where does this difference in the swimming style of animals that are so similar to each other come from? The difference was so remarkable that biologists had long suspected that seals and sea lions had different ancestors. But genetics disproved this: The species are so related genetically that they must have come from the same lineage.
Seals and sea lions are bainidites. Biology considers…

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