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Give one environmental problem of acid rain.

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Acid rain is extremely harmful to plants and crops, it can also harm aquatic creatures in water. Sulfur dioxide particles can also cause lung problems in humans.

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Acid rain is any form of precipitation that includes an acidic substance. It can alter the pH of lakes, rivers and soil, which can make it uninhabitable for wildlife and plants.

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Acid rain increases the acidity of lakes and rivers. Consequently, the water becomes toxic to aquatic animals.

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