Fossil Fuels are decayed parts of plants and animals
Fossils fuels are formed from decayed parts of plants and animals that are over a million years old. There are three main forms of fossil fuels. Coal, natural gas, and oil are examples of fossil fuels. Natural gas is formed from decayed plants. Natural gas is a hydrocarbon gas. Natural gas and oil together make up petroleum. Coal is the only one that is formed from animals. Coal is made out of carbon. You can make a fire out of coal. When coal is burned it makes electricity and heat. Coal is the largest solar energy for the production of electricity. Oil is formed from decayed plants from over a millions years ago. Oil comes from the ground and is used to make cars run. Also, you can use oil to paint beautiful pictures. Fossils fuels are everywhere in the world. They can be found in the ground, in caves, in mountains, and many other places. If you go to cities like Texas or Kansas or any other states in the Great Plains you will see people digging in the ground looking for oil. Always remember that fossil fuels are from decayed parts of plants and animals that take millions of years to form and they are nonrenewable things. Fossil fuel rocks.
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