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Water Cycle Narrative

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Water Cycle Narrative - water cycle comic strip

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  • This is Wally. He is a droplet of water in the Atlantic ocean.
  • It is a sunny day and Wally is getting warm.
  • It is so warm that Wally gains enough energy to evaporate. He is now not a liquid, but a gas.
  • As Wally is less dense than the cooler air around him, he rises up high in the air.
  • He reaches a point so high that he cools down and condenses to form a cloud.
  • One day the weather conditions are just right. Wally falls back to Earth as a rain droplet.
  • He hits the mountainside and starts to flow down as a small stream.
  • The small stream flows into a larger river.
  • Eventually, the river flows back into the ocean where Wally began his journey.
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