What percentage of earths freshwater supply does the great lakes account for?
25% of earths fresh water is contained in the Great lakes
Platypuses do not actually live in water at all. They dig burrows alongside the banks of freshwater creeks or rivers, or in the banks of freshwater ponds and billabongs. They live alongside any freshwater water source which also contains its necessary food supply. While they do not live in water, they have to hunt for their food in water.
Freshwater refers to water that usually contains less amounts of dissolved solids. Generally this amount is defined as lesser than 1000 milligrams of dissolved solids in every liter of water. The major portion of the world's freshwater (99.9%) is to be found in ice fields and glaciers, or underground. Mostly, the small quantity of the freshwater that we are familiar with is to be found in lakes, wetlands, and rivers, in atmosphere, or in soil…
They aren't. A tornado is a vortex of air, not water. The funnel of a tornado is formed by water droplets, but these droplets only account for a small percentage of the tornado's composition. These droplets form because tornadoes are a product of thunderstorms, meaning there is usually a fair supply of moist air.