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Which is the largest body of water on Earth?

Which is the largest body of water on Earth?

It can be the ocean, lake, reservoir, etc. Marsh – a shallow wetland area featuring plants such as; grasses, reeds, typhus, etc. Moat – a deep water-filled trench surrounding something (like a castle, town, etc.) Ocean – a major body of saltwater. Oceans cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface

Which is the name of a small body of water?

Phytolelma – a small body of water housed in a cavity in plats (hence the prefix phyto) Puddle – small area of water, typically caused by water on the ground. Fun to jump in Rill – a very shallow channel of water caused by erosion.

Which is the biggest fresh water lake in the world?

Some famous lakes are-Lake Superior, Caspian Sea, Lake Victoria, Lake Aral and the Dal Lake . In fact the Caspian Sea is the world’s largest salt lake, it is so big that it is referred to as sea. Lake Superior is the biggest fresh water lake.

What are the different types of water bodies?

These water bodies differ in size, right from huge ones like oceans and seas to the small ones like ponds. Thus the various water bodies we see on the earth’s surface are in the form of oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, ponds, waterfalls etc.

How many bodies of water are there on Earth?

Oceans cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface Pool – small man-made bodies of water, like a swimming pool, pond, etc. Pond – small body of water that can house animals. Can be artificial or natural Puddle – small area of water, typically caused by water on the ground. Fun to jump in Rill – a very shallow channel of water caused by erosion.

Which is a body of water separated from the ocean?

Barachois – a body of water separated from the ocean by a sandbar Bay – a body of water that has a barrier on 3 sides, but is smaller than a gulf (Example: The Bay of Bengal) Bayou – a marshy area of rivers or lakes Bight – a curved, or recessed, coastline