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On the planet earth, most of the freshwater exists as ice caps and glaciers. Out of the remaining freshwater, the largest proportion

(a) is found in atmosphere as moisture and clouds
(b) is found in freshwater lakes and rivers
(c) exists as groundwater
(d) exists as soil moisture



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Out of the remaining freshwater on the planet Earth, the largest proportion exists as groundwater.

Groundwater refers to the water that is present beneath the Earth's surface in underground aquifers. These aquifers are formed by the accumulation of water in porous rocks or soil layers. Groundwater is an important source of freshwater for various human activities, including drinking water supply and irrigation.


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