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Some scientists, however, don't think any part of Bednarik's theory holds water. Stone Age folk 800,000 years ago didn't make long-range plans, talk to one another, or form cultural groups, so they couldn't have organized efforts to build rafts and row to islands, contends archaeologist Iain Davidson of the University of New England in Australia.
The size and shape are perfect, it holds water and heat well, and is easy to hold in place.
Try lycra shorts, avoid cotton clothing, (cotton holds water and friction forces increase when wet).
Topographically, Bradwell Bay has been described as a huge, irregularly shaped saucer, one that easily holds water. Because of its large size and shape--more than 30 square miles--it has been classified as a basin swamp.