Free diving is diving without Scuba. Skin diving means diving without a wetsuit or scuba. Since you can free dive without a wetsuit they can be the same thing but they are not necessarily always the same thing.
Skin diving is any underwater activity done without the use of SCUBA gear, using a mask and flippers, and possibly a snorkel.It includes swimming, spear fishing, free dive photography, competitive breath-hold free diving and other apnea competitions.
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No, a skin graft is taking the skin from another area, while artificial skin is well... artificial skin.
yes they are the same, they both moisturise your skin. :)
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do the same thing you did to change it the first time
There eyes will be the same color.They will also have the same skin color of same type of skin. lmao that is all i know bye :)
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The same thing that causes any human to have light skin, the degree of melanin in the skin.
No, but the colors are similar because both skin and hair color are both determined by the same thing, melanin.Not necessarily. Polar bears have white fur and black skin.
Exercise, cardiovascular fitness, social interaction.
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Since our body is called body, our bones are called bones, in the same way our skin is also called skin. If concluded, whatever name is assigned to something, then that thing is called by that name only.