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8. a) after the oceans, where is the next largest reserve of water found?

b) does this reserve contain salt water or fresh water?

Fresh water lakes on the surface. Glaciers and icecaps account for a greater amount of water than lakes swamps and rivers if they were melted. I assume you want just liquid water.

ya i just want liquid water. so the answer is....?

Fresh water lakes. But this only applies to the water on the surface. Uunderground there is more water.

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  1. Mamuairi Monument, this contains fresh water it tells you all the answers.

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  2. seas

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  3. isn't it seas????

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  4. The main answer provided is incorrect.

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  5. bays and seas yknow

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  6. N6SY

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