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How does the density of ice compare to that of liquid water and why is that property important to aquatic organisms? 1. The density of ice is higher than that of liquid water, which means that
ice forms from the bottom of lakes upward, protecting aquatic life in winter. 2. The density of ice is lower than that of liquid water, which means that ice forms from the top of lakes downward, protecting aquatic life in winter. 3. The density of ice is higher than that of liquid water, which means that ice forms from the top of lakes downward, protecting aquatic life in winter. 4. The density of ice is lower than that of liquid water, which means that ice forms from the bottom of lakes upward, protecting aquatic life in winter.
2. The density of ice is lower than that of liquid water, which means that ice forms from the top of lakes downward, protecting aquatic life in winter.
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