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Which of the following is known as the New Stone Age? the Mesolithic Era the Neolithic Age the Paleolithic Era the twenty-first century
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User: Which of the following is known as the New Stone Age? the Mesolithic Era the Neolithic Age the Paleolithic Era the twenty-first century

Weegy: Magma (Plurals: magmas and magmata) is molten rock that sometimes forms beneath the surface of the earth (or any other terrestrial planet) that often collects in a magma chamber inside a volcano. Magma may contain suspended crystals and gas bubbles. [ [ [ By definition, all igneous rock is formed from magma. ] ] ]
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Neolithic is known as th new stone age.
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