You have to dig underground.
The Titanic was not underground it was under water and it was about 2 miles down
It uses it its roots to suck the water up.
Most of the water in a desert is deep underground in aquifers.
It is all the underground water, the water in soil and in (actually between) deep rocks.
Deep underground. And away from water and people
Yes. Really, really deep though!
In Diamond, you can obtain a Water Stone in the underground in Sunyshore City.
The water table is the term for how deep underground you have to dig to find ground water.
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cause there is water deep underground near oasis
no, not all its life. if it doesnt rain for a while, it collects water from deep underground
In the same way, water underground trickles down between particles of soil and through cracks and spaces in layers of rock. People can obtain groundwater from an aquifer by drilling a well below the water table.
Bores are sunk throughout inland Australia in order to obtain bore water. Bore water is freshwater taken from underground, usually from the Great Artesian Basin.
No, most Cacti (this is the plural not cactus) have roots that only reach about 10cm at the deepest but which spread out over a large area to collect rain water. Deep roots are for accessing the water deep underground
At the end of the water cycle the water sokes into the ground. Cities, for example scottsdale, thrive on underground water. You usually don't find a lake in the middle of the desert so you have to dig deep wholes to drink.
False, the focus is located deep underground. The epicenter is at ground level
Because the water comes from deep underground - well away from the warming effects of the sun.
Underground or rain water comes from wells. Wells are dug deep down the earth's surface.
Shallow roots are roots that were shallow and grows horizontally, it conserves water during the rains. Deep roots were roots that grows deep into the ground to obtain water.
They live in either water or deep underground burrows to cool off.
An aquifer is not a type of water. It is an underground layer of permeable rock, sediment or soil that contains water. Wells are dug to reach this layer to obtain water.