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Name an animal that cannot swim

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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
You might be suprised.
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#1
Fish.
#2
A chicken?
#3
Badger.
#4
primates!!!! why do you think they put them on islands in zoos!!
#5
a giraffe, they dont need to
#6
a stuffed one :thumbsup:
#7
a badger can deffinatly swim. not sure about girraffe and stuffed animal
#8
me...
#9
Gordon Brown
#10
spidermonkey
#11
A banana
#12
Land Tortoise :?
#13
a cat (in a bin liner) :whistling:
#14
Elephant?
#15
skintzimbo
Gordon Brown


Sh*t floats so maybe Cameron can easily Swim...

Sorry for getting political but come on, Cameron in charge- very scary..
#16
Gorrilla?
#17
Most large primates such as gorillas and orangutans cannot swim, partly because their centers of gravity are in their necks and sternums. But with proper training they could learn to swim just like humans having almost the same body structure.

Surprisingly, hippos cannot swim! Their bodies are far too dense to even float, so they move around by pushing off from the riverbed or simply walking along the bottom in a slow-motion gallop, lightly touching the bottom with their toes like aquatic ballet dancers.
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Giraffes are among the very few mammals that cannot swim at all.However, they certainly can wade further into the water than most other animals before drowning.
#18
my dog - useless
#19
apes, just about the only ape who can swim is man (except me)
#20
a crab.......
#21
skintzimbo
Most large primates such as gorillas and orangutans cannot swim, partly because their centers of gravity are in their necks and sternums. But with proper training they could learn to swim just like humans having almost the same body structure.

Surprisingly, hippos cannot swim! Their bodies are far too dense to even float, so they move around by pushing off from the riverbed or simply walking along the bottom in a slow-motion gallop, lightly touching the bottom with their toes like aquatic ballet dancers.
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Giraffes are among the very few mammals that cannot swim at all.However, they certainly can wade further into the water than most other animals before drowning.


inteesting. any idea if an armadillo or a cow can swim?
#22
my wife
#23
grimbarian
Sh*t floats so maybe Cameron can easily Swim...

Sorry for getting political but come on, Cameron in charge- very scary..


They're all the same, you just have to choose your flavour of S**t next elections.
#24
Sure ...I Know which one I would rather stand in..
#25
dandangran15
inteesting. any idea if an armadillo or a cow can swim?


cows can swim
#26
Abz
my wife


without concrete shoes?
#27
My EX!!!!!
banned#28
a heffalump
#29
Spiderpig
#30
splatsplatsplat
without concrete shoes?


Let me try it and then ill let you know!!
#31
Most monkeys can't swim; also crabs can't, nor can most tortoises (they are often too heavy).
#32
Kittens in a burlap sack.
#33
Babies definitely can't swim.
#34
http://home.mchsi.com/~fly8/RSRpicoftheday.jpg

http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4806507/cart3_Full.jpg
#35
midlandscomics;6458646
http://home.mchsi.com/~fly8/RSRpicoftheday.jpg

http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4806507/cart3_Full.jpg

oooooo......... Thats just mean.............:whistling:
#36
I was going to suggest Gorillas because I've tried to swim with clothes on before and it becomes very heavy lol, so I'm assuming the long hairs would definitely weigh them down. :p
#37
realfriendlyman
I was going to suggest Gorillas because I've tried to swim with clothes on before and it becomes very heavy lol, so I'm assuming the long hairs would definitely weigh them down. :p


admit it. you're a hairy mutha :)
#38
greg_68
Babies definitely can't swim.

my babies swam really well! Underwater too! They went swiming from ten days old :)
#39
Hippopotamus. Sure I read somewhere, or watched a nature programme saying that they are too heavy to swim and actually have to walk under water
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ClarityofMind
my babies swam really well! Underwater too! They went swiming from ten days old :)


Thats cause you did it fishy style. :w00t:

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