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Can you describe the relationship between the water cycle and living things?

Animals contribute water mainly through breathing, perspiration and urination. When droplets of sweat evaporate from the surface of an animal’s skin, they take a bit of the animal’s body heat with them. They also turn into water vapor and enter the water cycle, just like water evaporating from plant leaves.

Does the water cycle always follow the same path?

Earth’s water is always in movement, and the natural water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle, describes the continuous movement of water on, above, and below the surface of the Earth.

How can we say that the journey of water is endless?

Explanation:

  1. Evaporation, Condensation, Sublimation, Precipitation, Transpiration, runoff and Infiltration are the seven steps of water cycle.
  2. The journey of water is unending because the cycle keeps repeating itself.

How do I know if my tap water is safe to drink?

Water that’s safe to drink should ideally be clear with no odor or funny taste. One way to tell if water is contaminated is to look for turbidity, or cloudiness. While cloudy water isn’t necessarily dangerous to your health, it could signal the presence of unsafe pathogens or chemicals.

Is it OK to drink tap water everyday?

Although it’s true that the water in some cities contains trace amounts of pollutants, most healthy adults can still safely drink from the tap in most areas—and, in fact, tap water remains the most cost-effective, convenient way to stay hydrated.

Is bathroom tap water same as kitchen?

Believe it or not, the research has proven rather conclusively that the water quality from a kitchen faucet and bathroom faucet is the same. There are variations between manufacturers.

Is toilet water clean?

Most modern toilets in today’s homes are cleaned on a regular basis, flushed right after use, and filled with fresh water (free of most contaminants). The water in your toilet bowl may not have as much harmful bacteria as you thought it did, but water isn’t all that’s in the bowl.