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  • C
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  • C
  • Yikes! 
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  • C
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  • Here I goooo, on to my next adventure!
  • The sun had just reached its rays over the horizon, and C. Arbon was ready for to start the day. Warmed by the rising sun, the grass blades stretched out to further capture as much energy as they could, they had a long day of photosynthesis, otherwise known as energy production, ahead.
  • C
  • Apparently, C was not the only one who was awake…. Bunnies had come out to start their day, too, and fear filled C as one particular bunny made its way over to his newfound home. And just like that, the bunny took a bite out of C’s portion of grass. Suddenly taken away from the sunlight and into the dark mouth of this bunny, C wondered what this next adventure might hold.
  • Ba-boom!
  • Ba-boom!
  • Ba-boom!
  • C
  • Trying to avoid being ground to a pulp by Bunny’s teeth, C eventually found his way into what we know as the stomach, but what he considered to be a warm, dark, pool. Again, he found those similar to him, molecules once free-spirited like him, and now all together in the stomach of a bunny.
  • Interesting Fact: Not all cells die at the exact same time.
  • C
  • The next bit of time was a long one, with small bits of chit-chat while waiting for digestion to commence. Eventually, C. Arbon was absorbed into the bloodstream, and traveled this way and that, through the system of his bunny friend. He said goodbye to some new friends as they went to the lungs and were exhaled along with some oxygen, and said hello to others entering the bloodstream.
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  • After what seemed like hours, or days, nobody really knows how carbon molecules perceive time, C. found himself a cozy spot right near bunny’s heart, and settled in for a little nap. Time passed, and C. became close with his new neighbors. Some came and went, as friends and neighbors do, and for the most part, C was happy with where he had ended up.
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  • One day, though, the air in his cell caught a weird scent, one with which C was not familiar. It was not pleasant, but not terrible, more of a warning signal, something bad was happening. Bunny had stopped moving, bunny’s heart had stopped beating, and C hadn’t seen or heard from any new molecules in a while, now that he thought about it. So goes the adventure of C. Arbon, never knowing what comes next.
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