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Sup! My name is Sealia. I'm going to tell you about the Carbon Cycle!
The CO2 gets transferred into the palm tree for it to grow. This process is called Photosynthesis.
Harambe begins the food chain and eats the coconut from the tree, and uses the carbon for cell respiration.
I died because I ate the palm tree's coconut and this time it was not the Cincinnati Zoo's Animal Control's fault.
Before Harambe died, and began to decompose, he used energy to create more Carbon dioxide to be released into the atmosphere.
Once Harambe dies, the organic molecules of his body decompose to form carbon in the soil. That carbon then forms fossil fuels, and combusts.
The carbon is then entered into the atmosphere and the process starts over.
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