The Water Cycle, By Kate Comes
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How does the water cycle go?
The sun heats oceans, causing evaporation into the environment, then this water vapor travels and eventually condenses into droplets in a cloud.
It is a resource found on earth! But, organisms get it from dew, rain, rivers, or lakes.
Where does water come from?
Well, every organism from tiny bacteria to huge whales need it to survive. Life exists wherever water is, and water is needed for every organisms life.
What needs it?
How does it move through the environment?
In order for plants to get water, they must get it from dew (condensation), or rain. For animals, they must get it from rain, rivers, lakes, etc.
Why is it needed--what does it do for an organism?
The human body uses it in it's organs, tissues, and cells to help maintain temperature and other functions of the body. Plants need it because just like all other living things, water helps them grow and survive. Plants also use water directly by capturing the light rays from the sun and change it into energy. Without water, animals would be malnourished and dehydrated, and would ultimately die. Animals need water to help their bodies and brains work.
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