By; Samantha Hietpas
The ground was shaking, it felt like the
Earth was falling apart..
Boom! Boom! Boom!
The volcano grumbled multiple times
Volcanoes are formed when magma from the
Earth’s upper mantle, works its way to the surface
The volcano sounded like a tiger roaring in the
distance but, getting closer and louder
A volcano is a mountain that opens downward
to a pool of molten rock under the surface
of the earth
The lava spilled out of the
volcano like water going out of a whale
in the ocean
There are more than
1500 active volcanoes
on the earth
We currently know of 80 or more active
volcanoes which are under the oceans
An active volcano is one which has erupted earlier and there is
a possibility that it might erupt sooner or later
Volcanoes are grouped into four types,
Cinder cones, composite volcanoes,
shield volcanoes, and lava
Final Paragraph On Volcanoes
The unsafe area around a volcano covers about a 20-mile radius.
When an volcano erupts, gases and rock shoot up through the opening and spill over or fill the air with lava fragments.