Where Does Nickel Come from?

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The element nickel is mined in raw form from rock or pentlandite in countries such as Canada, Cuba, Australia and Indonesia. Ontario produces a third of the world's nickel. Nickel is one of the most widely used metals.
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Nickel comes from nickel mines, which are mined by people. Nickel mines are found in Virginia, and Kentucky. Mining can be very dangerous if not done correctly.
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