It warms up pools by Radiation.
Ancient Greeks had public baths, which included warm and cold pools.
In warm oceans and tide pools
Geothermal pools are formed where the hot rocks below the surface of the earth are close enough to warm pools of water on the surface. Areas of volcanic activity typically have hot springs, as in the North Island of New Zealand.
I would say no because the chlorine would kill it.
The names of the Roman baths are the frigidarium (cold), the tepidarium (warm) and the caldarium (hot).
beacause after getting out of a pool u tend o be cold
Zebras are mammals, which make them warm blooded so they simply cool off by drinking vast amounts of cold water, of wading in pools of luke-warm, water.
so that the room get's conversation from the warmth given in changing rooms.
no they prefer pools in caves where they can mine and harrass snow white bunny
i live in london and there are a couple pools here in london. most people think that london has cold and cloudy weather but really we have great warm sunny summers here! like in the mid 70s and low 80s. Although i have been to several cities in the usa and the pools there look a lot better and there are a lot more! but yes there are a couple pools in london:)