natural disasters- wildfire

Updated: 5/12/2020
natural disasters- wildfire

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  • its time to go. so make sure that you put out the fire before we leave.
  • why? im sure that it wont be a big deal, and its just a small fire.
  • that is true, but just because its a small fire doesn't mean it cant turn into a large fire.
  • a small fire like this could turn into a massive wildfire. a wildfire could affect many things like kill many animals. for example destroying its food source or its home.
  • that's sounds terrible and frightening!
  • it doesn't just affect the animals that live here but it could also affect humans as well. it could destroy many homes and businesses and even take peoples lives. it could take about 15,000 or more people per year. and it could also damage your respiratory system and cause you many health issues
  • Wildfires increase the potential for flooding, debris flows, and landslides. a wildfire could also start naturally caused or human caused. for example it could start from campfires left unattended, the burning of debris, equipment use and malfunctions, negligently discarded cigarettes, and intentional acts of arson.
  • i had no idea how much a small fire like this could cause so many things like that. im glad that i was able to know what could happen.
  • im glad you finally understand why it is very important to put out your fire especially when it could have a high chance of spreading