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POLLUTION CAUSE AND EFFECT TABLE

Type of Pollution CAUSES EFFECTS PICTURE
Air Factories and cars let out fumes and chemicals in smoke polluting the air. Pollutants in the air make it hard for people to breathe causing lung disease.  When it rains the chemicals in the air cause acid rain hurting the animals and plants.  
Land People throw litter on the ground. Many people don't recycle and throw away so much garbage that we have landfills growing in our cities. Many animals eat the litter and become sick and can die.  Litter laying around covers the land from the sun and the grass and plants can die.    

Water

Many companies dump their toxic waste in many rivers and lakes.   Ships spill oil in oceans and rivers. People throw litter in water.

Toxic waste and oil spills cause many animals and plants to die.  Litter also is eaten by animals or they get caught in the litter like six pack plastics causing the animals death.   

                            

                                        

                                            

 

 

 

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