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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which of the following buffalo parts was used to help light fires?

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  1. pooja195
    • one year ago
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  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Hello sorry to Bother but @pooja195 is right but I do know the answer since I studied allot of emergency response careers. ^_^ So Yes I studied the Fire fighter's career and fire science. In this field they made something called the "Fire Triangle" just 3 simple natural elements that a fire needs to ignite and continue to burn. #1 is Oxygen #2 fuel and #3 is heat. Fire can not survive with one of these missing Fire Extinguishers are not water it's a chemical compound the takes away the oxygen, fuel isn't only gasoline but also things that fire can feed off from like dry leaves and other dry surfaces that can give the fire power, then there's heat and thats where we see fire fighters fighting with water hoses and what does water do to us when we are out in hot sunny days? cools us down ^_^ so it takes heat away.

  4. anonymous
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    Buffalo fur or horns ^_^ since the horns can produce the heat and the fur can start gaining the heat

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