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This is what is now lava. It used to be what was called magma. Magma is a hot substance that is deep with in the earth. Volcanoes grow just like humans do. They can grow up to a thousand feet tall.


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  • (del) (cur) 15:45, 23 October 2006 . . Edwardtbabinski ( Talk | contribs) . . 800×500 (89,587 bytes) (Source United States Government In difference to pāhoehoe, Aa is a term of Polynesian origin, pronounced Ah-ah, rough, jagged, spiny lava.)
  • (del) (rev) 16:39, 14 December 2005 . . Orborde ( Talk | contribs) . . 800×500 (89,587 bytes) ({{PD-USGov-Interior-USGS}} [] )

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