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Continent-Continent Convergent Plate Boundaries loading

Mountain ranges rise at a convergent boundary between two continental plates.

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  • Video
    Mountain Building Animation

    Mountain Building Animation

    by Kyle Bardman //basic

    Here is a helpful video examining how mountains form along continent-continent convergent plate boundaries. Courtesy of: TectonicsObservatory

  • Real World Application


    by jack moore //basic

    Pangaea was that last super continent that came together during the Paleozoic and has been breaking apart since the Mesozoic.

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