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Why can pigs not look up into the sky?

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2011-03-05 13:46:10
2011-03-05 13:46:10

the pigs anatomical structure precludes it from doing so, however if the pig were to lay on its side it would be able to see the sky.

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Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky.

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It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

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No, it is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.Another Opinion:Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky.For further information please view the second photograph in the attached related link.

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Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky. For further viewing, please see the related link with attached photograph.

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Strangely enough, the fact is, pigs cannot look at the sky! How strange!

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Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky. For more information please view the attached related link.

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They can't raise their heads, so no. If they lay on their sides or backs they can.Another Opinion:Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky.For further information please view the attached related link, specifically the second attached photograph.

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No. Their spinal column and their necks are too short to allow upward movement of the head.Another Opinion:Pigs can look up in the sky. They have those muscles and they are far more powerful than ours. See this photo of pigs looking up to Walter who is above them and they can obviously look up into the sky.For further viewing please see the related links (specifically the second photograph).All other remaining comments have been moved into the discussion page.

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Their necks aren't long enough. They aren't flexible enough to bend back.

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because they are fat as hell that's why.

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Well, contrary to popular belief, pigs cannot fly. They also can't look up at the sky.

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It's pie in the sky that pigs can fly!

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