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The bowl-shaped depression at the top of a volcano is a A. crater. B. fissure. C. conduit. D. vent.
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The bowl-shaped depression at the top of a volcano is a crater.
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According to , the bowl-shaped depression at the top of a volcano is known as the CRATER. The answer is letter A.

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