The adventure of a Carbon Molecule
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Hey you. Do you see that blue dot right there? Well, that is a Carbon molecule in the atmosphere, and it is headed to the ocean's surface.
Where am I going?
Sploosh! The Carbon molecule enters the ocean's surface to either go to the ocean's floor, or to go back into the atmosphere. Let's see where it goes.
Woo! I am in a plant!
Oh no! the Carbon molecule has made it back into the atmosphere!
How did get in here?
But then the molecule realizes that it has moved away from the surface ocean, and over some grassy fields. Most Carbon molecules move through the atmosphere, in fact.
Would you look at that! The carbon molecule has been used by a plant in a process called photosynthesis. That is where the plant converts carbon molecules to oxygen.
But, before the plant could convert our carbon molecule, the plant was eaten by a llama. Sadly, the poor carbon molecule was left clueless.
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