jesus cus hes such an animal
yes, it floats on water.
Yes. It floats on water
Of course. Fresh water floats on salt water, warmer water floats on cooler water, and ice floats on any water.
pumice floats in water because it does
It is less dense than water, therefore it floats on water.
Lithium floats on water because it is less dense than water.
Kerosene floats on water.
Pumice is the only rock that floats in water.
Ice floats in water because it is less dense than water.
kerosene floats on water because kerosene is less denser than water
the density of water is higher than the density of wood... & so an iron piece sinks & a ton of wood floats...
freeze water as ice cubes then put it on water and it floats Liquid fresh water floats on salt water Warm water floats on cold water (water's greatest density is when it is 4 degrees Celsius).
Pumice is a type of rock that floats on water. This volcanic rock floats because it is porous and is full of air bubbles
It floats because the water is heaver then the bottle. The bottle is light so it floats. No,It floats because the particles are free to move inside but with water in it there is not enough space for the particles to move so it floats.
A fresh egg sinks in water. An egg that floats in water should not be eaten.
Because that piece of charcoal is lighter that the water, so it floats.
Yes, paper is less dense than water, so it floats.
Ice is less dense than water, so it floats.
Ice floats on water because its density is less than that of water.
If an object floats in water it is less dense than water.
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they used boats and floats, ICECREAM FLOATS
BABYBEL cheese made at 100 degree fahernheit floats in water