Making a Splash: Fast and Fascinating Water Facts [Infographic]
Water sustains us, but it does a lot more than that. It provides challenges that many enjoy facing; taking on the water by boat, or by swimming for example. From Magellan’s explorations, to swimming the English Channel, to the Titanic, there have been those who have been successful in taking on the water, and those who have failed.
Swimming is a popular way to take on the water. With enough skill and practice, swimmers can reach top speeds, that vary by stroke. Some animals are also faster than others.
To learn more facts about water and swimming, check out the infographic below, presented by Backyard Ocean.
Water: humans have been fascinated with this element for centuries. We drink it, we play in it, we can’t survive without it. From the 1500s when Magellan first sailed around the globe to the 2000s when we developed technology allowing us to swim at record-breaking speeds, we have constantly strived to overcome challenges this Mother Nature throws at us.
Backyard Ocean invites you to take a swim through time to see some of the seemingly impossible feats humans have achieved with water, and the speediest animals of all times.