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Types of Rocks

Igneous Rocks Found near volcanoes
Metamorphic Rocks Formed by heat and pressure
Sedimentary Rocks Found near a source of water
Igneous Rocks Formed by fire or heat
Sedimentary Rocks Formed by settling and in layers
Metamorphic Rocks A few fossils may be found in them
Sedimentary Rocks Fossils are usually found in them
Igneous Rocks Obsidian and granite
Igneous Rocks Fossils are never found in them
Metamorphic Rocks Slate and marble
Sedimentary Rocks Limestone, shale, chalk, conglomerate
Igneous Rocks Formed deep inside the earth
Metamorphic Rocks Changed by heat and pressure
Created by: sktaylor