Select from the frequently asked questions below
- The Himalayas are the world's tallest mountains.
- They are forming as two continents collide.
- The Appalachian Mountains are the remnants of a larger mountain range.
- This range formed from continent-continent collisions in the time of Pangaea.
- The remnants of subducted oceanic crust remain beneath the continental convergence zone.
- The best place to see two continental plates converging is in the Himalaya Mountains, which are the highest above sea level on Earth.
- Use the resource below to answer the questions that follow.