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What is a tennis ball made out of?
Question Date: 2018-12-20
Answer 1:

Tennis balls are made out of rubber and covered with wool or nylon (a type of polymer). The inside of the ball is hollow and contains pressurized air, which makes the ball bounce.

Answer 2:

It is made of rubber.

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