Think about it for 5 minutes and you should be able to come up with at least a dozen correct responses to this with absolutely no help from anyone else. It is simple and straightforward, and you can answer it from your own experience, no matter how young you may be.
Most of the world’s water sources are not suited for human consumption because most of it is salt water, with around 3% being freshwater–and a substantial percentage of that fresh water is frozen in glaciers.
The world’s water sources are used for human use like in harvesting drinking water, plumbing water, agricultural use (watering plants and sustaining animals), industrial purposes (like cooling) as well as natural uses in creating habitats for wildlife. There are many other uses, but those above are a few.
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