What Is a Muck Fire?


A muck fire is an underground fire that is caused by lignite which burns when lightning hits a dry ground. The muck is the soil that is made up from peat especially in dried-out swamplands. The fire can last for several weeks.
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the smoke can injure your lungs the fire could go above ground and put your house in danger . they can also cause a zombie Apocalypse .
Mucking, when used in the horse world, means removing all solid and liquid waste from a horse's stall with the use of a shovel, pitchfork or other tools.
You seldom see them. "Muck" is actually very much like peat, and during prolonged dry spells, this organic matter can become dried out enough that it can be ignited and
( ′mək·iŋ ) (engineering) Clearing and loading broken rock and other excavated materials, as in tunnels or mines.
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