How a Volcano Erupts?


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Volcano erupts when pressure on the magma chamber causes the magma to raise and come out. A volcano is an opening in the planet's crest, which allows the molten rock called magma to come out. Earth is made of tectonic plates and these plates fit together in a complex jig-saw manner. Due to movements of earth these plates crash each other and create pressure on magma. When the pressure exceeds a limit and the magma erupts from the vent created from the tectonic plate's crash.
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