In addition to playing games, listening to music, watching TV, practicing sports, etc., solving puzzles is also a way to help yourself relax after a day of hard work and study. Solving puzzles brings many benefits to us such as: Improving thinking, enhancing sharp reflexes and cultivating knowledge.
If you are a lover of puzzle games, you can’t miss the show Fast like lightning. This is a game broadcast by City Television Station. Ho Chi Minh City and Dong Tay Promotion Company co-produced, copyrighted from Thailand. Players will have to answer fun quizzes, trivia, knowledge quizzes, etc. in the shortest time to win.
In season 2, episode 25 – the show presented a tough but equally interesting puzzle. The quiz has the following content:
“Obviously it’s not a pot of soup, but the taste is salty, the water is green, there’s a lot of fish, what’s the puzzle?”.
Despite being suggested, the player still cannot give the correct answer. If you do not have the answer yet, you can refer to the published program answer. That is: SEA. The sea is really salty, the water is blue, and there are many fish. The answer is surprising and completely consistent with the suggestion, right?
Expression is the interconnected system of all water bodies on Earth, including 5 great oceans: the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean. There is no clear distinction between sea and ocean, although the sea is smaller and is partly or wholly bordered by land.
The sea has a variety of animals, including: bacteria, viruses, protozoa, plants, algae, fungi and living animals. The sea varies with latitude, from the cold waters beneath the arctic ice to the colorful diversity of coral reefs in the tropics. Many large groups of organisms have evolved from the sea, and the origin of life may have begun there.
The sea provides humans with substantial food, mainly fish, crustaceans, mammals, and seaweed, either through wild fishing or artificial farming. Besides, the sea also serves other purposes, including commerce, tourism, mining and recreational activities such as swimming, surfing, scuba diving, boating, etc.
The sea covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface with liquid water. About 97.2% of the Earth’s water is in the sea, with about 1.36 billion km3 of salt water; The remaining 2.15% is sea surface ice; The remaining 0.65% is fresh water vapor in lakes, rivers, soil and air.
For those who don’t know, there are many seas beyond Earth. The seas on the Moon are vast basalt plains that were previously thought by astronomers to contain water and called them “seas”. Liquid water is thought to have existed on the surface of Mars in the past, and some basins on Mars are considered to be dry seabeds. The largest of them is Vastitas Borealis; The other “seas” are Hellas Planitia and Argyre Planitia.
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