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Polo is played on a field while on horseback with the player hitting the ball with a polo mallet in order for it to get into the goal, whereas in Water Polo it is played in the water and it has more of a resemblance to Netball, except you are only allowed to catch with one hand.

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water polo is in the water and pollo uses horses and is on land water polo is in the water and polo is on land and it involves horses.

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You use a stick to hit a ball into the goal.

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water polo has one cage goal at each side of the pool, each with one goalkeeper. water volleyball has one net in the middle of the pool.

water polo's very dangerous.

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Water polo is played in the water and is volleyball except in the water.

Basketball is a game played on a court.

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They have goalies, a ball, penalties, and player ejections.

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A ball is used.

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