Swimming pools can be a safe haven for animals to swim, and the answer is yes, according to a new study from University of Minnesota researchers.
Swimming pools, especially those in urban areas, are an ideal setting for a wide variety of species to thrive, including ducks, geese, ducks, chickens, rabbits, and even a few rats.
And if you want to go the extra mile, you can even have your pets swim in your swimming pool.
But for ducks, you don’t need to worry.
Swimming pool slides are one of the most popular activities for ducks.
Researchers at the University of Manitoba found that, among the animals tested, swimmers had a lower chance of being attacked than non-swimmers.
That’s because ducks have very sensitive eyes, and their eyes are so small that they don’t have to move to see things that are not within their line of sight.
So if you’ve got a duck swimming in your pool, chances are good that he or she’s likely to avoid predators and predators might not be too keen to come near you.
Swimmers can also avoid predators by being very careful when swimming and making sure they don.
And of course, swimming in a pool with an active duck can be fun.
But it turns out that ducks can swim in any type of water, so there’s no need to be afraid of swimming in the pool, at least not unless you’re a duck.
And there are a number of other advantages to swimming in a duck pool, including the fact that the water is very shallow, which means you don:a) not have to worry about drowning, because the water in a small pool is less than a meter deep, andb) the ducks are likely to be very close to the pool when they’re in the water.