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As you can see these rocks are just sitting here but as they get wet they start to break into pieces and a river picks the pieces. Also, they sink down into the ground and more layers and rocks surround them as the travel deeper in to the Earth.
After the rocks break down, move from the river, and move into the Earth this is what they begin to look like and how each layer of rock form above the rocks that first started to begin The Rock Cycle.
When the rocks get too hot as they get deeper into the ground they turn into magma and as the pressure rises the explode out of the volcano. Also, they become a rock with air bubbles that formed when the pressure rised. These rocks are also known as lava rocks.
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