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Fossil fuels are produced in factories and release carbon into the air.
The soil in the ground can also produce carbon.
Plants also give carbon by producing carbon for themselves.
When plants get burnt or on fire they still can produce carbon but in a different way.
Plants capture carbon
The sediments that turned into rock formation became oil,coal, and gas which factories use.
The sediment that's in the ocean turns into rock formation.
The ocean exchanges carbon in the atmosphere with the ocean's carbon.
The particles in the ocean called phytoplankton turn into sediment that sinks in the deep ocean.
The atmosphere stores the carbon so that it can release into the air.
You might be wondering where does all the carbon go?
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