How many percentage of the earth's water is freshwater?
less than 1%
Earth's freshwater can be found in many places. More than 68 percent is in icecaps and glaciers, 30 percent in ground water, and 0.3 percent in rivers, lakes, and swamps.
Humans pollute the freshwater sources by polluting the environment. The smoke from the factories, mixes with the rain water and produces acid rain, polluting the freshwater source of rain. Also, this water seeps into the earth and pollutes the freshwater source of water, ie., ground water. There are many other ways. Release of toxic wastes into the rivers is one of them.
They eat vegatation in the water and some fish eat other fish. Many Freshwater fish also eat insects and freshwater crustaceans.
The amount of freshwater today is 25% be4cause there is 75% salt water.
1 in a kg of freshwater
Yes, many turtles live in freshwater. The type of water they prefer depends on what species of turtle it is. For instance, slider turtles almost always live in freshwater.
The Nashville Zoo has many exhibits of salt-water and freshwater fish.
Ocean water has more chemicals in solution than 'freshwater.' The highest concentration being salts in ocean water, hence, saltwater but there are many other chemicals and elements dissolved in sea water, including gold!
theres many water biomes over the world
4. eliminate excess water
freshwater lake has no salt and saltwater has many salt particles
There are many different kinds of freshwater eels, and they are from many different parts of the world.
If a 'lake' is tidal then it is part of the sea & therefore it cannot be freshwater ! there is no such thing as a freshwater tidal lake. I live near a tidal fresh water lake - Pitt Lake, British Columbia, Canada
There are many freshwater tropical fish. In fact most of the tropical fish kept by aquarists are freshwater and they can not survive in either cold water or marine (salt) water. In most cases the marine species are much more difficult to keep and much more expensive to set up for.
There are many species of snail. Some can live in fresh water and others can not.
Yes. Many of the Earths large rivers carry water from melting snow.
There are roughly 1,260,000,000,000,000,000,000 liters of water on the earth. Source: HowStuffWorks
There are many sub-species of Bream, worldwide: some inhabit freshwater, some are salt-water species, and others happily tolerate either, living in the brackish areas where river and sea water meet and mix.
it is unusable because many people do not waste water and which is a good thing to save water.
they live in many freshwater bodies of water, but prefer deep areas of lakes and rivers.
Yes they do. Salt water for instance, obviously has a much saltier taste than freshwater does. Freshwater can even differ from itself. The pH of water, or how acidic or basic it is, can also change how it tastes. Along with this there are many different kinds of water that make for unique tastes such as rose water or certain types of mineral water.
yes, a pond is a fresh water ecosytem. Although the ecosystem is in the same biom as many other small ecosystem, the ecosystem contains many small communitys. The pond is a freshwater ecosystem because it contains small communitys that interect with each other and because its a fresh water source.
Tilapia is a freshwater fish. It is actually a large cichlid farmed in many places as food fish.
Because the salt in the ocean water can kill the plant
Tropical fish simply means the fish needs warm water. It has absolutely nothing to do with salt water. The usual term for salt water fish is "Marine Fish". There are many species of tropical marine fish. There are also many species of tropical freshwater fish. A freshwater fish will not survive in salt water no matter if it is cold or tropical in its temperature needs.
The densities of the sodium chloride and many other minerals dissolved in seawater are higher than the density of fresh water, so the seawater solution has a higher density than freshwater.
There are literally thousands of freshwater species. Far too many to list here.
Vorticella's are usually found in freshwater environments. They are aquatic organisms that usually live in many clusters in the water.
Actually there is more water than land, with the water making up more than 70% of the Earths surface.
There are a variety of angelfish. Freshwater and marine (salt water). Freshwater angels are somewhat difficult to care for but are still in a beginner's category. There are many beautiful marine angels including; flame angel, bicolor, emperor, and my favorite, coral beauty. However, they are a whole other question and answer.
Because pepper water makes them sneeze! (Mostly because there aren't many freshwater bodies large enough to hold a whale).
Beavers are the first thing that come to mind. But many mammals need a source of water, so they live near water.
Desserts are delicious, but I think you mean deserts, also "how many percent of the world" you mean to say: "what percentage of the earths surface is covered in deserts"
is a coastal area where freshwater from rivers and streams mixes with salt water from sea or ocean
in the region of 90%
Immature dragonflies live in freshwater. They are most abundant an diverse in slow-moving freshwater that has no fish (small streams and ponds) but can be found in many shallow freshwater habitats. Adult dragonflies often stay near water, but sometimes travel away from water while hunting or on migration. They are fast fliers, so they tend to hunt in open areas, not in thick trees or other vegetation.
A few endangered species found in freshwater biomes include: Red Wolf Fishing Cat Manatee Hine's Emerald Dragonfly Short-necked Turtle Copperbelly Water Snake Kirtland's Snake Southern River Otter There are many more. Many freshwater biomes are considered endangered habitats, so most species of animal limited to freshwater biomes will be listed as endangered.
The Human brain has 75 percentage of water.
some stingrays live in fresh water,for example the gaint fresh water stingray lives in fresh water.however many other stingrays live in saltwater
There are literally thousands of freshwater fish species and there are no doubt still more to be discovered.
In a fresh water biome there are many decomposers. Although, they are mostly the same. They consist of earthworms, algea, and fungi.
"The cell membrane is a thin layer that surrounds and holds a cell together. This movement of water creates the problem. To understand how, consider a single-celled protist that lives in freshwater. The water inside the protist is mixed with many different chemicals. The water outside the protist contains few chemicals but few water molecules." - 9th Grade Biology Book
On average, 60%
There are many different classification of fish. Most fish fall under salt water or fresh water fish. A fresh water fish is one who can only survive in an environment free of salt.
Yes, many types of fish, including goldfish and Koi will eat water bugs. Larger freshwater fish like bass and trout also eat bugs that live in and on the water.
I can give you several sentences. Rivers and lakes are freshwater bodies. Many freshwater lakes connect to the ocean eventually. Freshwater currents can be tricky to canoe through.
there are about 2 million small fresh water lakes in canada. Source:My grade 9 social studies teacher.
What is the simple subject in the sentence There are many freshwater and saltwater areas in the Everglades?
freshwater and saltwater
About 70% of this world is covered by water. This water makes up about 2% of the mass of the earth
About 6.5-7.5 Many freshwater community fish thrive in a broad pH range between slightly acidic (6.5) to slightly alkalic (7.5). However, some fish, like sensitive discus or cichlids, require special water conditions. To provide their ideal water conditions, you must learn how to make adjustments to your aquarium water using pH conditioners.