Rip Tide: The Next Wave Could Be the Last.pdf

Rip Tide: The Next Wave Could Be the Last

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3 Ways to Survive a Rip Tide - wikiHow 01.12.2005 · How to Survive a Rip Tide. The term "rip tide" is usually used to describe rip currents, which are long, narrow bands of water that can pull swimmers away from the shore. While some researchers recommend floating to the end of the current,

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