The salt. Seawater contains more dissolved ions than fresh, though the ratios of the various solutes varies. Other important differences between fresh and salt water are: most fish can only live in one of the two, salt water is harmful for mammals to drink, and the salt content lowers the freezing point of water, meaning that the ocean can get below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius) without freezing.
Freshwater can be differentiated from salt water by the content of salt in them. Saltwater as its name implies has much more dissolved salt than freshwater. Brackish water is neither saltwater nor freshwater.
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