Journey to the air cycle 2
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The smell of carbon monoxide is all over me. That's where it come over us or me, come on, let's go visit a tree, see how they take the CO2 in, and O2 out.
O.k. you're a tree, right, right. How do you take CO2 through your leaves and take out O2 out?
Life is a beach when you come across a palm-toll tree. A PALM-TOLL TREE!?
Trees are helpful to taking in CO2 and taking out O2 for you and the world, also a great place to cool down,or hang out. Thanks for the question you can pass, air loving historian
Yep, a question of any type and I'll let you pass. Ask away air-loving historian.
Humans, like us have lungs, so we need air to breath. Not laughing gas, you in the back of the pack, you're smelling your own oxygen, or you'll suffercate and die. Air is important to us, it keeps our heart pumping blood every day. Animals need air as well as us some breath through the gills, and some come up to the surface for air and hold it for a long time. Let's head to a factory where a secondary CO2 source come from.
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