Frog kick

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The frog kick is a swimming action sometimes used by scuba divers when they are swimming near a soft silty seabed or lakebed which they do not want to stir up damaging the visibility. It is like the swimming action of a frog or the leg part of the breaststroke. It is often used in cave diving and wreck diving where silt stirring can cause dramatic loss in visibility.

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