“What is it” vs “what is that”, which one is appropriate?

“What is it” vs “what is that”, which one is appropriate?

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  1. “What is it” is used as a reference to an unfamiliar object and can be used for animals and plants. It is also used when asking a question about an action.

    “What is that” is used as a reference to a familiar object. It is also used when referring to something that is obscure or not clearly visible.

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