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The Science of Surfing

Surfing is about more than pucca shells and wicked abs. Kidzworld has the goods one the way-cool science behind this wet and wild sport. Find out about how waves form, break and are ridden by surfers. Back to Article

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brunostar
brunostar wrote:
2013-06-05 13:31:28 -0700

Big Grin

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tenyson
tenyson wrote:
2012-06-03 08:23:49 -0700

its nice

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XLBlaze
XLBlaze wrote:
2012-06-03 07:32:18 -0700

It was nice for JORDAN!
Stop posting 2 me....
we stopped that day...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!DANGER!!!!!!!!!

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