The drop of water on the animal is being evaporated. Evaporation occurs when a substance in its liquid phase gains energy. Once the substance gains energy it enters its gaseous phase. The gaseous phase is a phase of the water cycle.
Now that I've gone through condensation, I can relax and have a nice swim!
Once the water in the gaseous phase loses energy, the drop of water condenses and falls to a lake. Soon, that drop of water flows into a river. Condensation occurs when water in its gaseous phase loses energy and enters its liquid stage.
Gravity pulls the water and the water then filters through the soil as recharge. The water stays underground. Recharge is the primary method through which water enters an aquifer.
Soon, the water filters into a lake as discharge. Heat energy causes the water to evaporate. Discharge is a substance or material that is released.
The water remains as a water drop clinging to a dust particle. The water drop condenses and falls to the ocean.
The water remains in the ocean and will soon repeat this cycle. This cycle is called the water cycle. The water cycle has four main processes: evaporation, transpiration, condensation, and precipitation.