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From The book of Survival by Anthony Greenbank, pages 51-52.

Don't drink, as salt content too high. You become thirstier. Use to make damp cooling pad in burning heat. Or to warm chilled skin in cold
Consumption not advised. Could precipitate rash actions in survival situations.
Battery water
It might contain toxic amounts of lead.
Fish fluids
Don't drink---even if you have the chance. Many have been found harmful, though there are exceptions.
Glacier water
Rushing melted water from snow areas in mountains contains pounded/powdered/crushed rock. However, alternative clear-water supplies are usually available in the hills.
Anything milky, salty, soapy
The exceptions (like coconut milk)

Offered by Clipper.