Fossil fuels were formed from plants and animals that lived 300 million years ago in primordial swamps and oceans (top). Over time the plants and animals died and decomposed under tons of rock and ancient seas (middle).
Eventually, many of the seas receded and left dry land with fossil fuels like coal buried underneath it (bottom).
Ten feet of prehistoric plant debris was needed to make one foot of coal.


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