How Humans Adapt To The Open Water

How Humans Adapt To The Open Water

How can humans swim for so long and so far and so fast in water that is so rough, so warm or so cold? They train for it; their bodies adapt as they push themselves with a lifetime of training; their minds are like steel traps enabling them to push themselves beyond belief. As an example of what we can do in the open water, BBC’s Human Planet takes a look at a Bajau free diver from Malaysia with some hip yellow-frame goggles.



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