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Plants use energy from the sun together with nutrients from the ground, water, and some gasses from the atmosphere to grow. Then animals can eat the plants, and humans can eat both animals and plants. So pretty much all energy being used on Earth, apart from nuclear energy and thermal energy once came from the sun, one way or another. Answer the energy of the sun is used by people to other energy in the earth thats why the sun is called the main energy source of the earth then it helps provide vitamin D for the plants, it helps them to make sugar and carbon dioxide it helps them maketheir own food .for the animals , it helps them heat the body especially mamals that has thick fur.
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How do plants use solar energy?

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How do animals use solar energy?

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When did solar energy start being used?

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How is solar energy stored in green plants is used in animal life?

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How is solar energy useful to animal?

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