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    What is Petroleum, and How is it Formed?

    Petroleum is a yellowish-black liquid that is found in various geological formations beneath the Earth’s surface. Petroleum is a fossil fuel that is formed when dead organisms – mostly zooplankton (organisms that float around in seas, oceans, and other freshwater bodies), are buried underneath sedimentary rocks. They are unable to completely decay because of the lack of oxygen. The material…

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