They don't. CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) are non-toxic to humans and animals. They only kill ozone molecules.
No , polio does not affect animals.
It affects the animals breathing. chelsie tiblow rocks
because animals have very sensitife ears and the thunder affects them
Hail can affect humans and other animals by possibly causing injury and may cause road conditions to be dangerous.
humans affect the taiga biomes and animals by cutting down trees that are homes to other animals.
By the CFCs being sorced into the air, the sun is Breaking them down into the earth.
CFC's are compounds which cause ozone depletion. They decompose ozone.
CFC's affect ozone where ever they arise. They are environment harming chemical that affect ozone.
Refrigerants contain CFC's. These CFcs are the chemicals that react with ozone and destroy it.
We have to ban CFC's because of their adverse affects. They affect the ozone by depleting them.
CFC's affect the ozone cycle by forming oxides with it. The oxides are the ones which form a chain reaction.
Chlorine and bromine in the man-made gases like halons and freons (CFCs).
No, it is responsible for global warming and air pollution but not for depletion of CholoroFluoroCarbons (CFCs)
CFCs are neither soluble in water or reactive with it. Rain has no impact on CFCs
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are non-toxic.
Replacements for CFCs (dependding on use) included:HCFCsNitrogenAirPropane