Salt water is denser and, therefore, more buoyant than fresh water so less of your energy is expended keeping afloat, and more is used to propel you along. Phil
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When swimming in the ocean if you swim with the current it is easier. Most importantly the salt water increases your buoyancy creating less resistance.
The ocean contains dissolved salt, therefore its density if higher than the fresh water in a river. It is easier to swim in higher density liquids because you float better as less water needs to be displaced to allow you to remain on the surface of the water.
Salt water has a greater density than freshwater does.
Yes it is easier to swim in seawater because it contains salt which has a lesser density than water
ocean is bigger than a lake.
Ocean ships are generally larger than lake ships. This is because ocean ships are meant to withstand larger waves and water disturbances than lake ships.
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.
because the ocean water is wider and deeper
It is easier to float, in any case, because salt water has a greater density.
Shell fish, shrimp, crab, lobsters. Probably because they could be unhealthy to eat, more so than fish that swim in the ocean, or big lake.
Bigger than a pond. Smaller than an ocean. Normally has fish
Depends on the lake and the river. But comparing a lake to an ocean or a river to a stream would make more sense. The river is bigger than the lake . As you can tell! The river is bigger than the lake . As you can tell! The river is bigger than the lake . As you can tell!
A sea is bigger then a lake, river, or pond but it is not larger then an ocean and the only sea's i can think of are the dead and red seas
Mouth of River - A natural stream of water larger than a creek and emptying into an ocean, lake, or river.
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.
A bay is a much smaller body of water than an ocean. A bay is an inlet into the shoreline and can be on a lake as well as an ocean. Green Bay is a bay in Wisconsin with Door County jutting out into Lake Michigan.
Yes, it is easier to swim/float ib salt water, the salt content provides better boyancy than clear ordinary water, such as rain/mountain, and tap. sssssssssexxxxxxxxxy
The salinity of the water averages about 12%, making it much saltier than the ocean.
Because the dead sea is full of salt. In water, the higher the selinity, or salt content, the easier it is to float in. Thus it is easier to swim as you don't have to put in so much energy to stay afloat. This is why it is easier to swim in the sea, on average. Obviously, if you were swimming in a landward direction while the tide was going out, it would be slightly more difficult.
Oceans are larger than lakes; that is how the words are defined.