How to Survive Falling Into a Pool of Stingrays

How to Survive Falling Into a Pool of Stingrays

The spines on their tail are sharp enough to pierce through a wooden boat. Their venom can kill human cells and tissues. And as it enters your body, you’ll experience excruciating pain, as the serotonin in the venom makes your muscles contract. So what should you do if you find yourself surrounded by these poisonous creatures? How could a dance move help you avoid getting stung by a stingray? Why should you always swim on the surface of the pool? And how does hot water stop the venom from spreading?

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