Thursday, 5 March 2015

Today's Astonishing Fact

Acid rain is a major problem caused by nitrogen and sulphur emissions, it can mean that fish are killed, landmarks and statues are damaged and metals in buildings become weaker. Most acid rain does not fall in the country that the pollution was created in. For example pollution created in Ireland can cause acid rain in Norway.

Today's Astonishing Fact:
Despite major efforts to decrease acid rain, it is still killing lakes and aquatic life. 95,000 lakes in North America have been damaged by acid rain.

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