They destroy the ozone layer when released into the stratosphere. The ozone layer is important because it protects the earth, and the organisms living here, from an excess of harmful ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Ultraviolet radiation in helpful at low levels because it helps our bodies produce vitamin D, an essential vitamin, however, at high concentration it can damage cells by causing errors in DNA, and cause sunburn and cataracts.
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