depends I guess. Public lakes, public pools...people have drowned in both. It can also vary by location: Are you swimming in Florida/southern swamp states? or in the remote lakes in the mountains? Some lakes are super deep, while others go as far as 6 feet max. I guess lakes in general can be more dangerous than pools, since most pools are often supervised, and their locations are fewer and further in between than natural and/or man-made lakes
Why, in mid U.S., are there seagulls in shopping center parking lots?I'm in Ohio and they are everywhere. Why are they here and where did they come from? I've heard a number of stories, but would like to hear yours.