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Floating is easy here. If you're interested, here's the explanation: the Dead Sea water is a saturated solution, which means that if you added any more salt it would not be able to dissolve. Salt water is denser than plain water because the salt and the water molecules stick to each other more efficiently than they do to themselves. So the more salty the water, the more dense the solution. Since your body is significantly less dense than Dead Sea water, your legs come off the ground once you get waist deep.


Jenny tests out the theory.


My attempts to walk on water are unsuccessful.


Instead of sand under your feet, you have (you guessed it), salt...


Jenny covers herself in Dead Sea mud, which is said to be so nutrient laden, it's good for your skin.

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