Wood floats in water because wood is less dense than water.
Air in the cell walls and pith of the wood cause wood to float. Wood with little air will sink and water logged wood sinks.
Wood will float on water if it has less density than the water.
Yes, most wood does float in water, but only wood less dense than water will float.
Many reasons, one the object could be less dense than water. It could have a...
A block of wood would float in water since the force of the water pushes it up and...
Besides wood and boats, ducks can float. !