Saliva

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Saliva forming on the lips of that of a human baby. The saliva has mostly came from maxillary salivary glands

Saliva is the watery substance made in the mouths of humans and many animals. Saliva begins digesting food in the mouth, and moistens food to make swallowing easier.Saliva consists of 99.5%water.