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CRUST The rocky outer layer of the Earth.
MANTLE Thick layer of hot but solid rock beneath Earths crust.
CORE Large sphere of metal at Earths center.
ROCK A solid combination of minerals or other materials.
IGNEOUS ROCK Rock that forms from magma or lava that cools and hardens.
MAGMA Molten rock, or a mixture of molten rock and gases, including water vapor, that is underground.
LAVA Magma that flows over Earths surface.
INTRUSIVE ROCK Igneous rock that cools underground from hardened magma.
EXTRUSIVE ROCK Igneous rock that forms at Earths surface from lava.
SEDIMENTARY ROCK Rock that forms over time as sediment is squeezed and cemented together.
METAMORPHIC ROCK Rock that has been changed by temperature, pressure or reactions with water and chemicals.
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