Dive into unknown waters!
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Diving into unknown waters Is it shallow? You can't really tell if the water your going to swim in is deep or shallow. Sometimes the day is stormy and you can't see the bottom because the reflection of the sky is too dark. Grab something long by you and put it in the water. If you are somewhere where their is no supervision you should go somewhere you knows safe. Safety sign Injuries You have to make sure the water
is deep enough to dive! * Head injuries
*Scrapes and bruises
*Rashes from unknown plants
*Paralyzed Unknown water plant Diving Myths and facts
Some of the myths are partly true. A lot of people
have injured their self severely. Like one of my Dad's
friends. He had a party and he was so drunk he dived
into the river in the backyard and paralyzed his upper body. A Teen was paralyzed for diving into an unknown diving area. His consequences were severe.
Thankfully they could replace his broken vertebrae. 1 way to prevent danger. If you really want to dive and theirs nothing around
you to check how deep the water is their is another way. You can always just slip in and swim down to the bottom