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    Salmonella bacteria are indeed motile, meaning they have the capability to move or swim in liquid environments. They possess flagella, which are long, whip-like appendages that rotate like propellers, allowing the bacteria to propel themselves through fluids. This motility helps Salmonella to navigate and colonize various environments, including the intestines of humans and animals, where they can cause infections.

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