• Question: Why do you float in water?

    Asked by Bethyboo to Alice, Bose, Christian, Emma, Steve on 16 Mar 2016.
    • Photo: Emma Dean

      Emma Dean answered on 16 Mar 2016:

      Because we are less dense than water, or that we weigh less than water. The air in our lungs helps to keep us buoyant. Wood and oil are both less dense than water so they float too.