How to Describe a Volcano?


A volcano is a crack or opening on earth that releases lava (molten rocks) gases and ashes out from the earth surface below. Volcanoes have different structures and shapes, some are cracks in the earth's crust some are domes, shields, or mountain-like structures.
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it is basically a steaming giant which erupts lava. think of it as a bellowing ogre, the volcano erupts like an ogre would bellow(Burp)
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