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The Amazing Water Cycle

By Hanwul Choi, Jalen Smith, and Kane Hasegawa
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Hanwul Choi

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of The Amazing Water Cycle

When water
heats up,
it evaporates
into water vapor. Condensation Then, the water falls as rain, snow, hail, sleet. Precipitation The water that precipitated
transports back to the beginning. Run-Off The water cycle never ends! The Amazing Water Cycle Evaporation The evaporated water condenses and forms tiny droplets of water.
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