Water is the thing every living thing needs to survive. A cell, the smallest place where you have life, survives on water. And since every single living thing has to be made up of cells, we can safely say that every living thing depends on water to survive. We will have quite a time here on Already Answered while exploring the amazing structure, organization, uses, etc. of water.
For this series, of which many more articles will be coming out soon, let’s start with a few fast facts:
Pure, untainted water, is tasteless and odorless
Water covers 71% of Earth’s surface
Just 2.5% of all the water on the Earth is freshwater
98.8% of all the freshwater on the Earth is underground or in the form of ice
One water droplet can contain 600,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms
One water molecule is made out of three atoms, two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom
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