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Why is the water cycle important?

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Why is the water cycle important?

Water and the Environment:

With more than 70 percent of Earth's surface being covered by water, it plays a major role in the lives of all living things. Think of all of the ways you use water in just one day — for washing things such as your hands and clothes, for cooking, and for drinking. Your body needs water to carry out necessary processes to keep you alive.

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The water cycle is extremely important because its process provides Earth with the natural, continual water supply all living things need in order to...

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The Role of Water On Earth

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