Where Are Fossil Fuels Found?

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Fossil fuels are found within the rocks of continents, islands, and below ocean and sea beds all over the earth. It is believed that this non-renewable form of energy was formed millions of years ago from geological processes that acted on dead animals and plants.
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Fossil fuels are located deep in the Earth. They are used to provide forms of energy for our society. They are mined in the Earth's deposit.
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