Brackish water is that has more salinity than freshwater, but not as much as seawater. Essentially it is a mix of both freshwater and seawater. Brackish water occurs naturally in bays where freshwater rivers meet the ocean. It is also cultivated in some parts of the world to farm fish foods.
Brackish water is an important habitat for certain species, however, it can also be hazardous to other plant and animal life not accustomed to it. Brackish water is also not potable to drink as it has to high of a salt level sand can cause health problems.
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