According to paragraph 3, flying requires more energy than swimming for all of the following reasons EXCEPT: A. A flying animal must overcome more drag because it moves more quickly than a swimming animal. B. A flying animal must expend more energy to create lift than a swimming animal does. C. More energy is required for a flying animal to support its weight in air than for a swimming animal to support its weight in water. D. Because air has a lower density than water does, more energy is required for an animal to move through air than through water.