How harmful is smoking to the environment?



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    Cigarettes smoking is harmful because cigarette butts end up in natural habitats and ecosystems. Many individuals think that cigarette butts will decompose, but they are primarily made of plastic and will take many years to break down. When butts end up in beaches, nature trails, gardens, and public parks, animals mistake these small objects for food. When animals ingest the cigarette butts, they can become poisoned by the chemicals. Cigarettes contain benzene, formaldehyde, ammonia, acetone, and tar.

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