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Hello there I am here to show you about the the wonders of rocks and how they are formed!
First in the Rock cycle we start out with magma and magma is the stage where rocks melt. Also watch your step you don't want to get burnt feet.
Ahhh much better, now the next stage is the cooling or as I like to call it the formation. This type of rock is called an igneous rock and depending on whether it is cooled fast or slow it can be called either an extrusive or intrusive igneous rock.
Now next is weathering, erosion, and deposition which is where of course the rocks get turned into different sediments by maybe wind or other natural occurrences and then deposited into another area.
Now we have the process of compaction and cementation which creates a sedimentary Rock. Then later with heat and pressure it can turn to a metamorphic rock.
And finally is the last step which is the melting of the rock into magma restarting the rock cycle and going back to square one, now we should get out of here before my pants... oh no
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