Where Is Clay Naturally Found?

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Clay is found on the earth's crust. It has natural smoothness and can be harden when dried or fired. It is found all over the world underneath the top soil and is normally dug up from the ground.
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Clay can be found in estuaries, coastal plains, continental shelves and offshore islands in many parts of the U.S. and the world. Parts of Georgia and Texas have an abundance of clay
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The New World Encyclopedia likens strontium's properties to those of calcium; in fact, strontium may replace calcium in the bones of the body. Strontium, the fifteenth most abundant
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on and or naer a mountain.
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Manatees are found living in warm, marshy areas in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean and along the coast of West Africa.
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Clay is a naturally-occurring type of soil that exists in many parts of the world. It can be found mostly in lakes, ponds, or at the seashore. In its natural condition clay can be simply moulded by hand.
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