Extremely cold water in Lake Michigan freezes and forms slush. As the slush breaks on shore and combines with snow, piles of frozen hills form. Wave action attacks the hill and allows cold slushy water to shoot up through the crevices in the ice mound. As it funnels through the crack it shoots out the top and deposits an icy lava slush. Ice volcano!
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