The indoor shot is the same weight as the outdoor shot but the indoor shot is bigger in size than the outdoor shot. Hope this helps!
Indoor football develops a players skills, ball retention and their ability to work is small spaces; as an indoor field is much smaller than an outdoor field.
I think indoor will grow better.
Outdoor games rule. You get fresh air and lots of space!
Outdoor heaters need to be safe with different types of weather, so they would be different than indoor heaters. They are both effective, but never use an indoor heater outdoors.
Usually outdoor dining sets are less expensive than indoor dinning sets. They can, however, be just as expensive.
indoor cats yes, outdoor cats **** no.
No because in order to make your cats healthy they have to get shots not to get pregnant sick or other. if you want your cat to be healthy than get him or her shots it does not matter if it is indoor or outdoor.
If you would enjoy cleaning a litter box, an indoor cat is great. Indoor cats would need a larger house than outdoor cats, and they would need exersise/play time. Outdoor cats are really much easier, and the only downside is training them. I have an outdoor cat, and he is great.
Indoor and Outdoor Field Hockey Sticks differ in thickness, so no it wouldn't be a good idea due to it being thinner than an outdoor stick. Would be better to use an outdoor stick!
I have both indoor tadpoles & outdoor tadpoles. I got all the tadpoles from the same batch & seperated them, the indoor ones seem to be growing a lot quicker than the outdoor ones. I feed them both the same things; lettuce, grass, pond weeds, apple, fish food etc. But the indoor ones that are mostly in the dark seem a lot more healthier than the outdoor ones.