What Is a Cinder Volcano?

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A cinder volcano is a steep mountain or hill that has crater or vent formed by rock fragments, lava, hot vapour and gas. These components erupt from the earth's crust to form this type of a volcano.
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A cinder volcano or cinder cone is actually the type of volcano that we most often see. Whenever, a volcano is shown in a movie, it is usually a cinder cone. It is a volcano where the lava spews out from this pointy or cone shaped top when it erupts. You can find more information here: http://library.thinkquest.org/17457/volcanoes/types.cinder.php
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A cinder cone volcano is also known as a scoria cone. It is formed around the volcano vent when magma explodes into the air and cools off quickly. They have a glassy look to them
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1. Cut the neck of a 16-oz. plastic bottle at a 30-degree to 45-degree angle to create a realistic caldera, the center of the cone volcano where the lava erupts. Squeeze a puddle
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i believe one cinder cone volcano is in Hawaii
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Cinder cones are simple volcanoes which have a bowl-shaped crater at the summit and
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