Karnataka MP: Trees break down carbon monoxide and emit carbon dioxide; netizens troll

Bengaluru: A video of Karnataka MP HD Prajwal Revanna, who won the recent Lok Sabha election from Hassan constituency, was seen explaining the process of oxygen cycle to students where he told them to plant more trees so that it could inhale carbon monoxide, break it down and exhale carbon dioxide.

The video of him explaining the process soon became a subject of trolls as he was confidently teaching the most confusing science lesson.

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