No. Swallowing air is not a good thing. It has zero benefits. Aerophagia is the term commonly heard when someone refers to swallowing too much air. If you swallow too much air it can cause (painful) intestinal cramps, abdominal pains, and you'll belch excessively. If only we could live in the Willy Wonka world.
some fish have air sacks that help them float cuz its full of air
By the air spaces
to float on water and float
Air is less dense than water
once they die,all the air bubbles in them help them float to the top!
Pumice has tiny air pockets to help it float in water.
letting it float
to help it to float on water.
The wings of a bird help the bird float on air currents. That's why a bird doesn't have to flap the whole time. It can float or soar.
It has a wing-like structure to help it to float in the air!
it has wing like structures to help it float in the air
When balloons float they have helium in it. Helium is not air, but a gas. It's lighter than air, which makes it float.
Through its wing-like structures which help it float in air...
Helium is lighter than air, hence it will rise up in air, making things float up in the air.
things float in air because of density
No a train does not float in the air, no train does.
yes...the gas particles float and mix with oxygen paricles, which float in the air :)
If it were, it would float in air. Does it float in air? There's your answer.
they are often mixed during swallowing
vehicle gas and bodily gas float on air.
The air bladders make it float because they are filled with air. ; )
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The float has air in it.
No, it helps, but they have an air bladder inside themselves that help with buoyancy.