Carbon Cycle Storyboard
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Carbon starts off in the atmosphere.
Plants take in CO2 from the atmosphere.
As animals eat the plants, the CO2 in the plant gets transferred into the animal's body.
However, when plants die, or decompose, the CO2 they collected from the plants is released back into the atmosphere.
Combustion is the process of burning fossil fuels, or forest fires as well. Combustion is an important part of the carbon cycle.
In combustion, fossil fuels are in the process of burning.. Fossil fuels include coal, oil, and natural gases. During combustion, carbon and hydrogen join together with oxygen to CO2 and water, thus releasing carbon back into the atmosphere.
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