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Where are the igneous rocks made?

volcanoes maybe? Don't quoteme on that


I agree maybe it is is volcanoes

igneous rocks are formed from molten rock (magma) that becomes solid when it cools,either after volcanic eruption at the earths surface,or deep underground,

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