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31 August, 10:29

How do forest fires affect the Earth's atmosphere?

A) Wind strength is reduced due to the combination of heat and smoke.

B) The smoke from large forest fires makes breathing the air difficult.

C) The gases released from burning trees cleans out the CO2 in the air.

D) The heated air above the forest fire causes more thunderstorms to form.

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  1. 31 August, 10:36
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    It is B because the other ones are good.
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