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This is a picutre of a forest that had too much humidity.

When the humidity is between 25 and 50 percent the firefighters have the best chance of controlling the fire. When the humidity is between these percentages the fire is the most productive. That means that there is less chance for the fire to harm the plants and wildlife that the firefighters don't want to harm.

You are doing so well. The firefighters are lucky to have you on their team!

The Firefighters have one last question for you. They want to be prepared in case the fire gets out of hand. The firefighters need to know what are the signs of a fire getting out of hand. Do you think that you could give them some examples of what happens when a fire is getting out of hand?

Click on the answer or answers that you think are correct. When you're done, click the done button at the bottom of the page.

A fire is getting out of hand if:

Done

 
 
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