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Panel 2: The Formation of the Volcanic Plains

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Panel 2: The Formation of the Volcanic Plains
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The Volcanic Plains are mainly basalt rock and basalt clay soils, produced by volcanic lava flows and ash, between five million and ten thousand years ago. The plains consist of grasslands, open woodlands, stony rises, volcanic cones, and many lakes and wetlands.

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