Think you can identify a rip? You may need to think again.
As drowning deaths soar to extreme highs this summer, frightening new research from the country’s peak lifesaving body has found 70 per cent of Australians who believe they can identify an ocean rip actually cannot. It’s a misguided confidence that claims, on average, 20 lives each summer. Coastal drowning deaths jumped by 24 per centRead More