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list 3 examples of fossil fuels
1.) Coal 2.) OIl 3.) Natural gas Coal, oil, natural gas, petroleum. [ These are called fossil fuels because they are the result of fossilised plants which grew on earth millions of years ago, and have rotted away over a period of time and become solids, liquids, and gases which are used today for heat and cooking and car ]
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