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Forest fire produces a lot of air pollution. Write in brief about the reasons of forest fires.
The reasons for forest fires are as follows:
1) Sometimes, when it is too hot, the dry grass may catch fire and thus would lead to the destruction of the entire forest.
2) Camp fires may also be a reason for the production of air pollution.
3) Human negligence is yet another factor that causes air pollution.
4) Natural causes like lightening may also be the reason for causing forest fires.
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