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WATER KINGDOM

What do you know about water? Explore the Water Kingdom, test yourself and receive the gift of the God Neptune!

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Index

Collect all the numbers by completing each of the challenges, and enter them in order in the final section to finish the game.

Reward

02 Find!

03 Correct image

04 True or false

Introduction

01 Quiz

INTRODUCTION

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QUIZ

Complete the following quiz, and get

the first number towards your reward!

QUIZ

question 1/5

Which statement is correct?

Water is vital to all animal life on Earth.

Water is vital to all plant on Earth.

Water is vital to all plant and animal life on Earth.

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Explanation:
Water is one of the most important substances on earth. All plants and animals must have water to survive. If there was no water there would be no life on earth.

Correct!

question 2/5

The chemical formula of water is…

H₂O

HO2

H2O2

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Explanation:
Water exists as molecules. Each molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms joined to one oxygen atom. This means that the chemical formula of water is H₂O.

QUESTION 3/5

What are the states in which we can find water in nature?

It exists in the solid, liquid and gas states

It exists in solid, liquid and weightlessness.

It exists in solid and liquid.

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Explanation:
Water covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. The most common locations are in oceans, rivers, lakes and glaciers.
It has special properties:
It exists in the solid, liquid and gas states at normal temperatures on Earth.

QUESTION 4/5

Small insects can walk on water because it has a…

Low density

High surface tension

Low surface tension

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Explanation:
Water has a high surface tension, allowing some small insects to walk on its surface.

QUESTION 5/5

Plants use water to make food by…

Dissolving

Photosyntesis

Respiration

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QUIZ

Explanation:
Water is essential to all animal and plant life on Earth. Plants, for example, use water in photosynthesis to make their food.

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QUIZ

FIND!

From among all the statements you discover,

click only on the correct ones

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CLICK ONLY ON THE CORRECT STATEMENT 1/3

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Water covers more than 80% of the Earth’s surface.

The percentage of your body that is water is about 96%.

The freezing point of water and is 4 °C

Roughly 60% of the adult human body is water .

CLICK ONLY ON THE CORRECT STATEMENT 2/3

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Global warming decreases the rate of evaporation and precipitation.

Take longer showers – this will help reduce water consumption


Water at the surface of the ocean, rivers, and lakes can become water vapor and move into the atmosphere with a little added energy from the Sun through a process called condensation.

The boiling point of water is 100 °C .

The boiling point of water is 99 °C

CLICK ONLY ON THE CORRECT STATEMENT 3/3

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A drought is when there is rain for a long time – sometimes many months.

Wash the fruit on the tap instead of using a bowl.

People can survive a month without water.

In some parts of the world, water can have lots of germs in it that make people poorly when they drink it.


Let the tap run while brushing your teeth

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That statement is incorrect

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CORRECT IMAGE

Choose the correct image!

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Which image contain examples of water pollution?

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Which images contain examples of water pollution?

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Which image captures negative effects of water?

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Which image captures the negative effect of lack of water for a long time?

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Which image captures water pollution?

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Melting of the poles

True or false? Choose the true sentence!

Watch the video for information

It will give you the information you need to complete the mission

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Melting of the poles

Ice acts like a protective cover over the Earth and our oceans. These bright white spots reflect excess heat back into space and keep the planet cooler. In theory, the Arctic remains colder than the equator because more of the heat from the sun is reflected off the ice, back into space.

Glaciers around the world can range from ice that is several hundred to several thousand years old and provide a scientific record of how climate has changed over time. Through their study, we gain valuable information about the extent to which the planet is rapidly warming. They provide scientists a record of how climate has changed over time.

Today, about 10% of land area on Earth is covered with glacial ice.

Clue

Watch the movie again, more carefully!

Sea level is the only thing changing for the oceans due to global warming.

In general, as ice melts, sea levels rise.

Global warming has no visible effects on Earth yet.

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01. Choose the correct answer!

a

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Melting of the poles

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Clue

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By increasing the heat in the atmosphere, greenhouse gases are responsible for the greenhouse effect, which ultimately leads to global warming.

Greenhouse gases are not related to global warming.

The North Pole is melting more slowly.

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02. Choose the correct answer!

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Melting of the poles

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Clue 03

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Rising sea levels do not threaten the lives of people in coastal areas

Since 1970, 45 percent of the ice surface has been lost

Since 1970, 35 percent of the ice surface has been lost.

C

03. Wich steatment is true?

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a

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Clue

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Pole animals are not affected by global warming.

Since 1970, 45 percent of the ice surface has been lost

Ice acts like a protective cover over the Earth and our oceans. These bright white spots reflect excess heat back into space and keep the planet cooler.

c

04. Choose the correct answer!

b

a

Melting of the poles

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Clue

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The greenhouse effect is causing the poles to melt.

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THE FIRST NUMBER IS:

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0

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THE SECOND NUMBER IS:

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9

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THE THIRD NUMBER IS:

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Global warming has subsided and the poles have stopped melting.

Congratulations!

You got the fourth digit!

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Look for the reward !

ENTER THE SECRET CODE

Congratulations!

You did very well! Find out the important information from the God of Neptune, the God of the Seas:

World Water Day is marked on 22 March every year.
World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.

The theme of World Water Day 2021 is valuing water.

Be aware of the importance of saving water!