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Imagine that one day you wake up and theres no water in your house scary right It seems like we have enough water for all of us but with the population increasing in a few years we probably wont We are a lot of people and we all need water to survive Thats why its impotent for us to conserve our water but no only that also kept it clean There are many ways to conserve water that we should all apply in our dally lifes and homes Our water is the most important of all our natural resources that should be protected Without water the planet would probably not exist Humans and animals cannot survive long without water Basically the quality of life depends on the adequate supply of fresh water If you think about everything we do and use requires water We use it for drinking cooking cleaning showering washing the car irrigating farmlands manufacturingall kinds of things Can you even imagine what it would be like without water How will you survive without it As you may see water is very important to us and we need it to survive As you look at the earth u see that Water covers about 70 of earths surface it seems like a lot of water So many of us take water for granted But About 97 of water are in the oceans and its too salty for use And only about 3 percent of Earths water are fresh and usable Of the 3 we only share about 1 of all the freshwater and the other 2 is frozen in icecaps and glaciers Thats all the water well ever have because we cannot produce water So its our responsibility to conserve our water supply but also keep it clean it up Because pollution of rivers streams and lakes reduces then accessible fresh water supply People cant use contaminated water it can be deadly for our
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