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Mt Etna Eruptions

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Nathan Sayers

on 14 September 2016

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Mt Etna Eruption
By: Nathan and Matthew
This is a picture of Mt Etna erupting and this is an example
of primary succession.

Atfter the eruption, this is what Mt Etna
looked like. This is where the primary succession begins.
Mt Etna
Mt Etna is a volcano that
erupted in 2015 in Sicily, Italy. This is a picture of it before it erupted
This is a picture of the land around
Mt Etna as the plants such as lichen began to grow on the rock.
This is a picture of Mt Etna when the plants and shrubs have started growing back.
This is a picture of Mt Etna now. Everything has regrown and Mt Etna has reached its climax community.
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