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The discovery of tropical plant and animal fossils in Antarctica support the idea that at one time this continent supported a _____ climate. colder; drier; warmer; or harsher?
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User: The discovery of tropical plant and animal fossils in Antarctica support the idea that at one time this continent supported a _____ climate. colder; drier; warmer; or harsher?

Weegy: drier
Neon Aloo|Points 635|

User: The first evidence supporting the theory of continental drift was _____.

User: The first evidence supporting the theory of continental drift was _____. A.) evidence of extinct species on nearby continents B.) the fitting together of neighboring continents like jigsaw puzzle pieces C.) the fossil evidence of a former tropical climate non-tropical continents D.) the existence of coal deposits in similar areas of neighboring continents

Weegy: B.the fitting together of neighboring continents like jigsaw puzzle pieces,
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User: The scientist who proposed the idea of continental drift was _____. A.) Albert Einstein B.) Carl Hubbell C.) James Watson D.) Alfred Wegener

Weegy: Alfred Wegener proposed the concept of Continental Drift in 1915. Wegener, a German meteorologist, proposed a jigsaw fit of the continents and introduced the concept that continents had drifted apart throughout geological history. [ He implied that land bridges existed as the continents slowly separated so that animals could move from one area to another. The correct answer is Alfred Wegner. Have a good day ahead! ]
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User: The Appalachian Mountains in the eastern United States appear to be a part of the same mountain range that continues in _____. A.) Canada and Greenland B.) Africa and India C.) Great Britain and Scandinavia D.) South America and Cuba

Weegy: Canada and Greenland
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User: The person who suggested that the continents were once a supercontinent, called Pangaea, but slowly drifted apart was ______.

Weegy: does it have to be in a certain part of the world? I mean like in asia or something? I'm doing the research now, won't be long, ok?
seashell321|Points 960|

User: just a person

Weegy: I am a person, what is your question?
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User: The person who suggested that the continents were once a supercontinent, called Pangaea, but slowly drifted apart was ______. A. Harry HessAlbert EinsteinAlfred WegenerIsaac Newton.

Weegy: Alfred Wegener. The person who suggested that the continents were once a supercontinent, called Pangaea was Alfred Wegener.
Expert answered|eturker|Points 1571|

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