Dog-paddle science debunks notion of underwater trot

From Newfoundlands to Yorkshire terriers, canines swim with similar, distinctive gait

DIFFERENT STROKES  Dog paddling isn’t the underwater trot that scientists thought, says a novel study trying to define the motions of nature’s less-efficient swimmers. 


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