7% of the water in the world are fresh.
3% of the world is made of fresh water
most water in the world is not fresh it is salt but in the north and south poles are where fresh water is located
the great lakes are fresh water.( the largest fresh water lakes in the world.)
Mostly North America, with the artic being filled with fresh water and fresh water iceburgs. But, fresh water is scattered throughout the world.
70% of the world's fresh water is in Antarctica. However the amount of fresh water in the world is only 1%.
NO! There is fresh and non fresh water every were in the world. There is more fresh water in wet places than in dry places.
the largest fresh water lake in the world i in india. it is caled the saver river
Canada has the most fresh water in the world . It is mostly in the lakes that we have.
One lake could not supply enough fresh water for the entire world.
There is salt water and fresh water. Fresh water is only about 3% of the water in the world, and salt is about 97%. Of the 3% of fresh water, about 67% is in glaciers and ice caps. Hope this gives you what you're looking for. ;D Kay_kay
You know how much fresh water is left? I do. 1% or less.
Because Antarctica needs fresh water too!
somewhere in the world
Lake Erie is one of the Great Lakes which are all Fresh Water the Great Lakes are the largest fresh water lakes in the world.
No lakes in the world have saltwater and fresh water because if salt water entered a fresh water lake, the fresh water would turn into salt waterRead more: What_lake_has_both_salt_water_and_freshwater
round about 3 billion people suffer from not having fresh water in the world that is 3/7.5% people not having fresh water
the fresh water ecosystem is located around the world,such as lakes, rivers and ponds.
The three countries that have the most fresh water in the world are Brazil, Russia and Canada.
* 97% is ocean water, too salty to drink or use for irrigation fresh water : 2.5% of the total