# science - biology

posted by Cyn

If our cells and body fluids are hypertonic to the water of a swimming pool, then why do we not swell and pop when we go for a swim?

1. PsyDAG

Could it be that the cell walls of our skin are not permeable to the water of the swimming pool?

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