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Acid rain is more acidic in terms of molality (you spelled it morality, which is indeed a quite different term), but it is also harmful because a sudden increase in acidity, even in small amounts, can disrupt the equilibrium, which is harmful to wildlife.
Acid rain is bad for the environment because it changes the pH of a lot of things that depend on a certain pH level. For instance, plants prefer soil at a certain pH and acid rain disrupts this pH. This means the plants' enzymes will not be at a preferred environment, leading to less activity or denaturation.
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