Normal clouds weigh as much as one hundred elephants

Normal clouds weigh as much as 100 elephants

So how do these seemingly fluffy clouds weigh over 500,000 kilograms (1.1 million pounds) and stay afloat? The weight is distributed among countless tiny water droplets that are scattered over a large space. These droplets are so small that you would need a million of them to make one raindrop, and gravity’s effect on them is pretty negligible.

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