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Water Facts
33 Facts about Water

Autoslide every
3.4 million people
die
each year from
water-related causes.
People in Africa and Asia have to walk an average of 3.7 miles (6 KM) to collect water.
An average swimming pool loses 1,000 gallons (3,785 L) a month to evaporation and other causes.
The average toilet uses 6 litres (1.6 gal) of clean water in a single flush.
Your bones are composed of 31% water.
1%
of the World's Water Is Drinkable.
Nearly 700 million Chinese people
drink contaminated water.
In Peru, there's a billboard that creates drinkable water out of thin air.
About 1 in 9 people lack access to an improved water source.
Water itself does not conduct electricity well, but the impurities found in water do.
In the Middle Ages
BEER was consumed
more than water
as the alcohol
made it safer.
Hot water is heavier
than cold water.
90%
of the world's fresh water is in Antarctica.
There is a water reservoir floating in space that is equivalent to 140 trillion times all the water in the world's ocean.
Two-thirds of the water used in the average home is used in the bathroom.
Approximately 75% of human feces is made of water.
Each foot contains about 250,000 sweat glands.
The probability that you in any glass of water will find at least 1 molecule of water once drunk by Cleopatra is practically 100%.
Drinking too much water can cause a
water intoxication.
Water constitutes only 0.07% of the earth by mass or 0.4% of the earth by volume.
Water is light turquoise blue
due to the weak absorption in the red part of the visible spectrum.
20% of the world's unfrozen fresh water is in a single lake: Russia's Lake Baikal.
Hot water can freeze faster than
cold water, in some circumstances.
The first known vending machine dates back to the 1st Century AD. It accepted a coin, then dispensed holy water.
It takes up to 2,900 gallons of water to make a single pair of jeans.
86% of holy water contains fecal matter.
The expiration date on water bottles is for the bottle, not the water.
Bill Gates Sponsors a Machine That Turns Poop Into Drinking Water.
Giraffes can go longer without drinking water than camels can.
The world record for holding one's breath underwater is 22 minutes.
Only about .003 percent of the water on Earth can be used by humans.
The boiling point of water
at the top of Mt. Everest is 71 °C (160 °F).
The skin is 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.
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