How Did the Himalayan Mountains Form?

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The Himalayan began to form about 40-50 million years ago. This happened because tectonic plate movement collided the land masses of India and Eurasia. You can find more information here: http://pubs. usgs. gov/gip/dynamic/himalaya. html
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The Himalayan Mountains were formed by the plates in the Earth's crust colliding. When these plates collide, the rock has to go somewhere. The crust offers the least amount of resistance
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There is widespread agreement among geologists that the Himalayas began forming roughly 50-70 million years ago when the northward-moving Indo-Australian tectonic plate began colliding
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The Himalayas were formed when 2 large land masses began to collide with
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I can give you as detailed answer as you would like, but I am thinking you probably want some sub-400level geology class, sooo. The Himalayan mountains were formed/are being formed
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