Daniel UriaFeb. 16 (UPI) -- A real-life tortoise and hare competed in a race in Los Angeles in an attempt to test the validity of one of Aesop's fables. (UPI Odd News) More
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Tortoise and hare face off in real-life race, and guess who wins?
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Maybe that's why people almost never chose an actual hare when staging real-life versions of these races. They want to give the tortoise a fighting chance. Besides a hare is more likely to jump right over their puny barriers and never be seen again.
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