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Tectonic plates

Tectonic plates

Tectonic plates can move in relation to each other.

Geography

Keywords

tectonic plate, plate tectonics, lithosphere, crust, mantle, core, asthenosphere, volcanic activity, magma, fault line, oceanic ridge, oceanic trench, fold mountain, earthquake, ocean, nature, geography

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