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    The Scotia Plate is mostly submerged by a kilometre of water
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    The Scotia Plate is mostly submerged by a kilometre of water


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    Antarctic

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    oceanic?
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    Nazca plate? :dontknow:
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    Scotia?
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    More people gonna get it wrong because plagiocase hasn't posted yet :laugh:

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    Atlantic?
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    Atlantic :dontknow:

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    Question 8

    What was the most recent supercontinent to exist on Earth, which split up to form the present continents approximately 175 million years ago?
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    Idk how you spell it :toofunny:

    Gondwandaland? :dontknow:
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    There's been more than one supercontinent? The only one I know is Pangea
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    Pangaea existed during the Palaeozoic and Early Mesozoic eras
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    Gondwana?

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    Pangea
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    Idk how you spell it :toofunny:

    Gondwandaland? :dontknow:
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    There's been more than one supercontinent? The only one I know is Pangea
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    Ohhh damn

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    Pangaea existed during the Palaeozoic and Early Mesozoic eras





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    Pangea is the only I know about
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    Pangea
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    Pangea
    Final question!! (I apologise for the delay as well )

    What common name is given to chimney-like hydrothermal vents which form on the sea floor?
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