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The majority of water on the Earth is usable by plants and animals?
The majority of water on the Earth is usable by plants and animals. This statement is FALSE. The majority of water on the Earth (97%) is seawater, and therefore generally unusable by plants and animals.
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The majority of water on the Earth is usable by plants and animals.

This statement is FALSE. The majority of water on the Earth (97%) is seawater, and therefore generally unusable by plants and animals.
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