By: Halima A.
The Mud Volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan
the mud volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan! Now before you say "eeeww, muud" these mud volcanoes are essential channels for releasing pressurized gas and mineral water. These volcanoes of mud can reach 5 to 500 mm high! Mud volcanoes usually form at Earth's crust (a.k.a Earth's fault lines), and while there is a dispute over the volcanoes origin, scientists can agree that mud volcanoes are the close cousins of magma volcanoes, but with mud volcanoes its safe to breath around and WILL NOT cause asthma. Like magma volcanoes they can erupt and hurl flames at great heights. What do a mud volcanoe look like? Like a magma volcano only much smaller an completly brown.
Over all, the mud volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan are a fun and friendly family vacation.
Overall, the mud volcanoes of Gobustan, Azerbaijan are a fun and friendly family vacation.
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