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  • Greenhouse Effect.

  • What happened?

  • Why are you shivering?

  • No sun rays.

  • Before.

  • I will go and check what happened.

  • What happened?

  • Now.

  • Before.

  • Sun.

  • Earth.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • Sun rays.

  • The sun's rays warm the earth.

  • A part of the sun's rays is absorbed by the earth.

  • A part of the sun's rays is reflected back in space.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • A part of reflected rays is trapped by greenhouse gases.

  • The trapped radiations of the sun warm the earth.

  • Carbon dioxide.

  • Methane.

  • Nitrous oxide.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • Why are they called greenhouse gases?

  • Don't worry. I will explain to you.

  • Have you ever seen a greenhouse in a nursery?

  • No.

  • Ok. I will show you.

  • Nursery.

  • In a greenhouse, the sun's heat can come in.

  • but cannot go out.

  • The trapped heat warms the greenhouse.

  • It is very hot inside here.

  • This trapped heat helps in controlled growth of plants.

  • In a greenhouse, the sun's heat can come in but cannot go out.

  • The trapped heat warms the greenhouse.

  • Similarly, as these gases trap the sun's heat, they are called greenhouses gases.

  • If there were no greenhouse gases to trap the sun's radiation the earth would be a very cold place where we would not survive.

  • Where are the greenhouse gases?

  • Greenhouse gases party.

  • What are you doing here?

  • The earth needs you.

  • Thank you.

  • This trapping of heat to keep the earth warm is called greenhouse effect.

  • Thank you.

  • The End.

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  • What happened?

  • Why are you shivering?

  • No sun rays.

  • Before.

  • I will go and check what happened.

  • What happened?

  • Now.

  • Before.

  • Sun.

  • Earth.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • Sun rays.

  • The sun's rays warm the earth.

  • A part of the sun's rays is absorbed by the earth.

  • A part of the sun's rays is reflected back in space.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • A part of reflected rays is trapped by greenhouse gases.

  • The trapped radiations of the sun warm the earth.

  • Carbon dioxide.

  • Methane.

  • Nitrous oxide.

  • Greenhouse gases.

  • Why are they called greenhouse gases?

  • Don't worry. I will explain to you.

  • Have you ever seen a greenhouse in a nursery?

  • No.

  • Ok. I will show you.

  • Nursery.

  • In a greenhouse, the sun's heat can come in.

  • but cannot go out.

  • The trapped heat warms the greenhouse.

  • It is very hot inside here.

  • This trapped heat helps in controlled growth of plants.

  • In a greenhouse, the sun's heat can come in but cannot go out.

  • The trapped heat warms the greenhouse.

  • Similarly, as these gases trap the sun's heat, they are called greenhouses gases.

  • If there were no greenhouse gases to trap the sun's radiation the earth would be a very cold place where we would not survive.

  • Where are the greenhouse gases?

  • Greenhouse gases party.

  • What are you doing here?

  • The earth needs you.

  • Thank you.

  • This trapping of heat to keep the earth warm is called greenhouse effect.

  • Thank you.

  • The End.

  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Smart Learning for All.

Greenhouse Effect.

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