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What are the environmental problems caused by acid rain? Discuss.


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$$\bullet$$ Plants lose their ability to produce carbohydrates through photosynthesis as their leaves are de-strayed.
$$\bullet$$ Severe acid rain destroys the greenery of a region.
$$\bullet$$ The acidic nature of water causes the death and destruction of fish and corals.

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