Intrusive Igneous Rock
Intrusive Igneous Rock forms underground when Magma is forced between cracks in the core of the Earth.
The result is coarse and crystalline rocks.
An example of Intrusive Igneous Rocks is Granite, a building material composed of Quartz and Feldspar crystals.
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