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Babies crawl, scoot and shuffle when learning to move. Here's what to watch for if you're worried

By Charmaine Bernie, Senior Research Fellow, Early Years Research Lab, Southern Cross University
Some babies bottom-shuffle along. Others commando crawl on their tummy. Some babies move hands first with their bent knees following along like they are playing game of leapfrog.The Conversation

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