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The Water Book by WhiteBook The Water Book by WhiteBook
Water is vital to the planet. It was from the water that came up the first forms of life, led to the earth forms, which only managed to survive in that helped draw water from the environment and retain it in their own bodies. The evolution of living beings has always been dependent on the water.

There is a false idea that water resources are infinite. Indeed there is much water on the planet, but less than 3% of the world's water is fresh, of which more than 99% appears to be frozen in the polar regions or in underground
Water is the most critical and important element for human life. Composed of 60 to 70% of our body weight, regulates our internal temperature and is essential for all functions.

On average, at least, our body needs to 4 litres of water per day. In addition to water is also used in the preparation of bottles of foods and juices. So we must ensure a safe water, with quality, pure and crystal.



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animeotaku124 Dec 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
incredible!!
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:iconwhitebook:
Happy New Year by kmygraphic   Thank you so much :love:
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:iconvoltinasnape:
tu imagen es el nuevo fondo de pantalla de mi netbbok :)
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:iconvoltinasnape:
no problem, I love books, read, and all your art! you should do more pictures like this :iconlacrazyplz:
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:icontrippy4u:
Superb work, Marta :clap:
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:iconmirandalovegood:
is the truth! I love it, as you may not miss this amazing technique!
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