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The best example of how neighboring continents seem to fit together like jigsaw puzzle pieces is _____. Africa and Australia Antarctica and Australia Africa and South America South America and
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User: The best example of how neighboring continents seem to fit together like jigsaw puzzle pieces is _____. Africa and Australia Antarctica and Australia Africa and South America South America and Antarctica





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The best example of how neighboring continents seem to fit together like jigsaw puzzle pieces is Africa and South America.
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