What are vesicular rocks?

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Vesicular rocks are rocks having cavities within them. Rocks can have vesicular texture, meaning that they are commonly shown as rough igneous type, having many openings on them.
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* Vesicular rock texture is generally displayed in extrusive igneous rocks which contain many vesicles of trapped air, such as pumice or scoria. * Igneous rocks containing holes which
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Vesicular texture is a volcanic rock texture characterized by a rock being pitted
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Pumice.
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