“Sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are largely responsible for the sources of acid precipitation. Because it results in acid rain with a pH of 5.5 or less, smog can have serious widespread ecological impacts on aquatic systems, forests, and on humans far away from its point of origin.”
Because the sensative ph values are thrown off balance, an organisms ability to reproduce may be stifled. Due to this and the poisoning of food sources from the acid rain the organism may become extinct.
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