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All About Volcano Facts For Children

A volcano can be a mountain. The surface of the earth boils over the liquified rock. Ash and gases also spread into the air whenever a volcano erupts.   Volcanos can be of different types. Based on their activeness, they are classified as active, dormant or extinct. The active one may erupt anytime sooner or later. A dormant volcano has been known to erupt, however, have not emitted lava and gases for quite some time and extinct or wiped out volcanoes are probably not going to erupt anymore.  The fumingly hot molten or semi-fluid rock that flows down, the earth is known as "lava". The lava that comes out of a volcano has great value. It contains deposits of aluminium, diamonds, gold, nickel, lead, zinc, and copper. Volcanoes can create various kinds of lava or magma.  1. Pahoehoe Lava- Smooth gelatinous and wrinkly  2. Aa lava - Thicker and rough-textured 3.Pillow Lava - Pillow Shaped 10 Volcano facts 1. Molten rock is called lava or magma. 2. As long as the mo

All About Ocean- For Kids

An ocean is an enormous body of salt water. The oceans are spread on more than 70 % of Earth's surface. The water is contained in the oceans is about 98 percent of all the water on Earth. Only 2 percent of water is found in well pond rivers etc. There are five oceans in the world. 1.The Pacific, 2.The Atlantic, 3.The Indian, 4.The Arctic, and 5.The Southern, or Antarctic. When you see the map of the world, you would not find any genuine boundary to limit the oceans because there is only one vast ocean. We (human beings) have divided it into five for our convenience. We have named the different regions of the ocean by various names. In addition to the fact that the oceans provide a home for a large number of plants and creatures, however, they likewise help in regulating the world's climate and temperature. The oceans keep the earth hotter in the winter and cooler in the late spring. The 5 Oceans by Size Pacific (168,723,000 sq km)