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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigs_in_popular_culture

Pigs, widely present in world cultures, have taken on many meanings and been used for many .... While pigs do have sweat glands, they are not very effective, and pigs prefer wallowing in cool water or mud to keep cool. The origin of this ...

www.neatorama.com/2011/08/29/the-expression-sweating-like-a-pig-has-nothing-to-do-with-pigs

Aug 29, 2011 ... Pigs don't sweat much, so they wallow in the mud to cool off their bodies. So how did the English language expression "sweating like a pig" ...

www.livescience.com/32118-do-pigs-sweat.html

Sep 9, 2012 ... Pigs do have a few sweat glands, but they're not very useful for temperature adjustment. So ...

www.peta.org/living/food/top-10-reasons-eat-pigs

According to research, pigs are much smarter than dogs, and they even do better at ... And forget the silly saying “sweating like a pig”—pigs can't even sweat!

articles.extension.org/pages/41318/is-it-true-that-pigs-do-not-have-sweat-glands-and-therefore-are-not-able-to-get-rid-of-toxins-in-the

Feb 28, 2011 ... Pigs do not sweat but they are able to rid themselves of heat in other ways such as via their skin and through respiration. Because an...

animalsake.com/do-pigs-really-sweat

Hippos Sweating Blood! Hippos don't have sweat glands, instead they have glands that produce a red-colored secretion that acts as a sunscreen and inhibits  ...

nowiknow.com/sweating-like-a-pig

Aug 25, 2011 ... If pigs don't actually sweat, the idiomatic phrase “sweating like a pig” ... has nothing to do with pigs at all, but rather, the iron smelting process.

www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2008/04/22/2223974.htm

Apr 22, 2008 ... Which brings us back to the "pigs sweat" belief, which is everywhere in ... do, he disbelievingly and sceptically mocks the pig as a "wonderful, ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=28386.0

Dawn asked the Naked Scientists: Â Â Â If pigs do not sweat, does that mean that the meat will absorb what sweat lets out? What do you think?