How Do Mountains Form?

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Mountains are formed when two or more plates are pushed together. They lift up and fold onto them selves like a sandwich. They started out flat.
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Mountains are formed due to various activities on Earth. Most of the mountains are formed at time the Earth born. Hot Lava became cool and formed mountains.
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Mountains form because the Earth's plates press against each other causing the land to lift and fold over on itself. If one of these plates are forced deep enough ...
Mountains form because the Earth's plates press against each other causing the land to lift and fold over on itself. If one of these plates are forced deep enough ...
Mountains form because the Earth's plates press against each other causing the land to lift and fold over on itself. If one of these plates are forced deep enough ...
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