Where Are Minerals Found?

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Minerals are found in the earth's crust in ores and in rocks. They are found everywhere in the world and are mined at designated places referred to as mines. Minerals grow in areas where there are low and moderate temperatures during the consolidation of a rock from sediment or in solid rocks under heat and pressure.
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Minerals are found in captivity in your multi-vitamin and mineral pill, but in the wild, they are found underground in the crust of the earth, all around the world. You can find more information here: http://www.usoe.k12.ut.us/CURR/SCIENCE/sciber00/7th/earth/sciber/mining.htm
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