Personally, I think fresh water is easier because a salt water tank means that you need to purchase aquarium salt, and you need to add it to every water change. I have never raised a saltwater aquarium, but I believe you also have to measure the amount of salt the fish need. So if you're a first-timer, go for the fresh water tank. But the good thing about saltwater tanks is that it is more diverse and colorful.
It is definitely easier yo float in salt water.
It is easier to float in salt water than in fresh water.
Because salt water is denser than fresh water.
Salt water is denser than fresh water. Thus, it is easier to float in salt water.
Salt water has a greater density.
Because salt water is denser. If you pour salt water and fresh water [one with food coloring] into a glass, the salt water will sink below the fresh water. You are only a bit denser than salt water.
Because there is salt in sea water and salt makes you float better so is easier to swim.
Sea water because of the salt
Yes. Salt water has a slightly higher density then fresh water which means its a little easier for things to float in salt water. So if it floats in fresh water it will certainly float in salt water.
Because salt water has a higher specific density than fresh water.
because the salt in the water dissolves and then making the water denser therefore making it easier for objects and human to float
Most probably , it would be fresh water. This is because since there is no salt which would keep the cold , the fresh water would melt faster.
probally fresh because no salt in mouth or eyes addition: it is easier to float/swim in seawater since seawater is denser than fresh water.
The boat will sink lower in fresh water. Try floating in the ocean versus your pool. You will see it is easier to stay afloat in salt water.
You are more buoyant in salt water than in fresh water, so it takes less energy just to stay afloat, making it easier to swim.
Salt absorb water and as a consequence all microorganisms (they need water) are killed.
Salted water is densest than the fresh water and the floating is easier.
Salt water is denser than fresh water, therefore, it is easier to float in. The Dead Sea is a landlocked lake of very salty water, it is very easy to float in.
Salt water fish should not be kept in fresh water. I dont how long they will survive but you shouldnt keep them in fresh water at all. If you have an emergency and you need to put them in fresh water, try to keep them in there for as short of a time as possible
they are not keeping them fresh. But they are preservatives.
1.salt water has salt in it while fresh water does not. 2.fresh water is drinkable while salt water is not. 3.fresh water is less denser than salt water.
Because of Different densities it is easier to float in sea water than fresh or non-salty water
on fresh salt water
there is salt in salt water and little salt in fresh water