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    2. Both are correct. The first somehow feels less specific—it says that whales live in water, but gives the feeling that it could be any water, anywhere; saying "the water" gives more of a specific feeling. It elicits thoughts of specific places of water, like oceans, lakes, and rivers. Of course, if you went into more detail about where whales live, you would specify that they live in the ocean. But saying "water" or "the water" is a fine general thing to say.

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