Since the reason people sweat is to cool off, so it is likely people do not sweat in the pool because the water is already evaporating off of their skin.
They do, but it bleeds with the water.
Assuming you are referring to the gene pool. As such the answer is probably faded denim.
Heck yes! They bite.. we have sweat bees all in our swimming pool... they hurt.. and are one of the problems of summer:(
The water evaporated from the swimming pool. If your sweat evaporated quickly, you got cool faster.
Suntan lotion, cosmetics, underarm deodorants, body oil and sweat are just a few.
It can! Glands on the epidermis (surface) of the skin release sweat. As we move around, the air blows on the sweat and cools your skin down. This is a milder version of the effect that you notice when you get out of a pool or shower. I think it is the evaporation of the sweat that cools you. To evaporate the sweat needs energy/heat and it takes this from it's immediate surroundings - the skin.
Cause they sweat through there (Along with their tongues) and then it hits air, So, Its cold and wet. Like when you come out of an outdoor pool.
I really don't think it is possible. It may be possible, but I have never experienced it and it seems VERY unlikely.
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They are bred and live in the bark of trees. They feed on flowering trees/shrubs such as crepe myrtles etc; they are drawn to still water to include pool water.
There is a guy who asks you to nap at the harbor inn outside there is a stair case that above it has a pool and a lady who says she likes the pool better because the sea is like her sweat the key is 2 steps under the stair case (Hidden Item)
Dermis can not produce the sweat. Sweat is produced by the sweat glands. They lie in the dermis.
well they have pores so they must sweat