No. Ayers Rock/Uluru is sedimentary rock.
Melting is the stage every rock in the rock cycle can go through.
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Ayers rock (Uluru) was not built (by man) is is a natural rock formation.
it is a sedimentary rock
In the rock cycle, rocks are classified by their stage in the rock cycle as igneous, metamorphic, or sedimentary; this is also their rock type and method of formation.
The actual name of Ayers Rock is Uluru/Ayers Rock, the title it was officially given in 2002.
Uluru or Ayers Rock is in the continent of Australia. It is near the town of Alice Springs, which is 450km away from Ayers Rock.
Uluru, formerly Ayers Rock, is on the continent of Australia.
The indigenous name for Ayers Rock is Uluru.
The first stage of Yulara, the resort at Ayers Rock, was begun in 1982. Yulara was gazetted as a Town in 1976, but the town wasn't begun for some years. In 1981, the accommodation at Ayers Rock was only independent motels and camping grounds.
No. It is a massive rock.
No ... it's a rock.
Australia. Ayers Rock is the biggest rock in the world and is located in the centre of Australia.
Ayers Rock was named by explorer William Gosse after the former Premier of South Australia, Sir Henry Ayers. On 18 July 1873, he sighted Ayers Rock, recording that, "This rock is certainly the most wonderful natural feature I have ever seen".
You find Ayers rock, or Uluru, in Australia.
Yes, Ayers Rock is the single largest Pluton on earth.
a big rock
The perimeter, or circumference of Ayers Rock / Uluru is 9.4km, or 5.8 miles.