Yes. The human body, for example, produces a significant amount of electric current in the form of nerve signals.
Yes, there are electric currents in nature. One example is telluric currents, which are large-scale electric currents in the earth’s crust. Telluric currents are caused by natural fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field. It is possible that telluric currents play a role in creating thunderstorms, since they can cause accumulations of areas of electric charge on the ground.
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