Can plants give car fuel?

In the stormy forests of the Amazon, a copepile grows. Through a trench on the trunk (as well as in the production of rubber), a copay can give up to 18 liters of oil, like a diesel, every two hours. This oil can be completely used in engines. Seed of peanut butter, which grows in Borneo and the Philippines, can also be a source of high octane fuel. When global oil reserves begin to decrease, vegetable fuels will become an extremely important energy source. Already, there are cars that work on alcohol made from sugar cane. This is especially true for Brazil.

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