Wednesday , 23 April 2014

Volcanoes in the Back Yard


It’s a so called sand volcano that usually occurs after an earthquake. It is formed when sand is thrown up to the surface from a central position. As the sand is ejected it builds up in to a cone, taking on the appearance of a volcano as the sand comes to rest on its sides.

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