Koalas are not bears.
Koalas do not drink any water at all. They get sufficient moisture from the eucalyptus leaves they eat.
Koalas rarely drink water. The majority of their water comes from that contained in their food or from dew or rainwater on the surface of leaves; however, during times of drought or bush fires, they have been observed drinking water.
sea gulls drink both sea water and also fresh water
Fresh water - sea water kills.
Fresh water fish do not drink water, they absorbed it through their skin, like osmosis. Sea water fish do drink water, and excrete the salt through their gills. The salmon, which lives in both in environments, gets its water like a fresh water fish when in fresh water and like a sea water fish when in the sea.
fresh water fish r meant for fresh water and since sea water has salt in it... they can not live in it . PS. no animal on land can drink salt water straight out of the ocean
Sea mammals cannot survive without fresh water, but they do not have to drink fresh water in order to obtain it. They get much of their water through the food they eat and through their own bodies which remove the salts from sea water and the water in their food.
No, most marine animals -including sea birds - drink sea water.
yes,by using purit or aqua gourd
No hermit crabs need distilled water for fresh water (which they drink), and need SEA salt water for them to bathe in (so the exoskeleton gets stronger)
The Ancient Mariner is describing being on a ship at sea. He can see water all around him, but you can't drink sea water, and he has no fresh water.
Fresh water is available from melting ice or desalinating sea water.
Imagine you are adrift at sea. Why will you dehydrate more quickly if you drink saltwater instead of fresh water to quench your thirst?
I do know sea snakes srink fresh water when it rains. The fresh rain water collects at the top before mixing with the salt water and the snakes come to the surface and drink it. I am trying to find the answer to the same question you have but for now am assuming the case of the turtles is the same as the snakes. Very few animals are equipped to drink salt water.
No. Fresh water is part of the water cycle. It rises from the sea into the clouds. It falls as rain or snow. It runs down mountains where we catch it, drink it, pass it, and it runs away back into the sea. No rise in sea levels.
Sea water and fresh water does not have the same density because sea water has salt, which makes it more dense than fresh water Sea water and fresh water does not have the same density because sea water has salt, which makes it more dense than fresh water
desalination means take the salt out. get sea water heat it up water is evaporated and leaves behind salt. so you have fresh clean water ready to drink. :-) desalination means take the salt out. get sea water heat it up water is evaporated and leaves behind salt. so you have fresh clean water ready to drink. :-)
No it is sea water
Sea water never becomes fresh water. Fresh water can be distilled out of sea water, leaving the salt behind, however. But in nature, once ocean water, always ocean water.
in sea water because sea water contains salt and it has large density than fresh water
Sea water is salt water.
Put it in the sea.