TOM COCHRANE'S GEOGRAPHY PROJECT

The earth has changed over time from the continent it once used to be and it will still change in the future.

Some plates draw apart and some plates collide together. When the plates are drawn apart a gap can be made in the land masses. When they collide sometimes they form mountain ranges. Plates can also run alongside each other, these are conservative plates.

The continental drift has made our planet the way it is today. We know that the continents weren't always the way they are now because of the fossils found in certain areas of the world.

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