Water World

By Rohini Khapre - Ghawalkar - October 23, 2015

Water is used by humans, plants, and animals. Water comes from oceans and is gotten from salt groundwater. Fresh water goes to samps, ice caps and snow, soil, organismg, ground ice, rivers, and lakes. Ice caps and snow have 69% of water, swamps have 0.03%,soil has 0.05%, organismg has 0.03%, ground ice has 0.9%, rivers 0.01%, and lakes have 0.3%. Archaea, humans, cattle, crops, plants, trees, insects, fish, plankton, bacteria, and fungi all have water in their bodys. Humans use water from groundwater, lakes, and rivers for industry, reservoir evaporation, urban use, agriculture

, and to dilute pollution.

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