Updated: 2/24/2021

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  • Hi Daisy. Of course you can ask questions. What do you want to ask?
  • Hi, I'm Daisy. Can I ask you questions?
  • What are fossil fuels? Where did fossil fuels come from?
  • Fossil fuels are formed from the decomposition of buried carbon-based organisms that died million years ago. They create carbon-rich deposits that are extracted are burned for energy.
  • Fossil fuels are formed million years underground. The compounds that make up plankton and plants turn into fossil fuels.
  • Plankton decomposes into natural gas and oil, while plants become coals.
  • In today's time, human extract these resources through coal mining and the drilling of oil and gas wells on land and offshore.
  • What are they used for?
  • Example of a fossil.