How come some people can easily float on the water while others go down fast?
Bone and muscle are more dense than fat. Density determines buoyancy. So if a person is lean, he/she will be more likely to sink than a fat person or one with a high ratio of fat.
You can observe this phenomenon by observing an female with an amply endowed chestal area floating on her back. Those puppies will be riding high.
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