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What type of igneous rock floats?

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pumice.
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Pumice is an igneous rock (formed from quickly cooled lava) that will actually float on water. Pumice is riddled with little air pockets (empty space), which makes it very light.
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Pumice is one rock that can float in water. Thanks for using ChaCha.
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Pumice comes from volcanic rock. It is a light colored igneous rock and is able to float. When lava is spewed from a volcano, it mixes with air and as it dries ...
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