I want to dig up this grave!
Time to dig!
Whoa! This is so cool! I can see the entire crust here!
The Earth's crust is about 14 degrees Celsius on average. The crust the smallest layer of the Earth.
I just passed the Lithosphere. The Lithosphere is located on the bottom of the crust and includes a little bit of the mantle! The lithosphere is like a shell
In the mantle, there is a place called the asthenosphere. This small part of the mantle is weak and highly viscous
Now I'm in the mantle. Wow, it's hot in here, it's known to be from 500-900 degrees Celcius.
Now I can see both cores, the inner and outer.
Both cores are around 6,000 degrees Celcius. The inner core is like iron, but the outer core is a liquid form around the inner core.
Well, that was fun. Instead of finding a dead body, we went through all the different layers of the Earth!
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