Magma

A volcano is a mountain full of magma and lava which can erupt when there is volcanic activity. When it erupts near beaches it makes the beach volcanic or a volcanic beach. The sand becomes magnetic and if a magnet goes near the sand the sand will stick on the magnet. Volcanoes are found as a mountain or an island. When the volcano erupts it will destroy everything in its path such as cars, trees etc. The aftermath of an eruption will be covered by ashes, soot, poisonous black smoke and even lava.
Tectonic plates can cause eruptions. Tectonic plates are found under water.


What is magma?
Magma is molten rock formed inside the volcano.
Where does the magma formation occur?
Magma is made inside the magma chamber when rock melts.
Who studies magma?
Volcanologist studies magma and volcanoes.
When does magma erupt?
Volcanoes erupt when ever they want but only active volcanoes erupt.
What is the difference between lava and magma?
Lava is magma but when it’s erupted and magma is inside the volcano.
How does magma form?
Magma forms when rocks melt in really hot temperature.


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Magma