How thick is Earth's crust?


The crust is the most outer layer of the Earth. Underneath the ocean where the crust is thinner it averages between 4-6 miles thick. On continents the average thickness of the Earth's crust is 20-25 miles thick. You can find more information here:˜ll125/en/crust.htm
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