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Q: Pennsylvania used to be covered by glaciers. A. True B. False
A: According to this site the answer is true. [ They state Geological evidence shows that in the last Ice Age, the southern boundary of the continental ice sheet, known as a terminal moraine, stretched down the center of Long Island, through New York City, across New Jersey and Pennsylvania to Southern Illinois and Missouri, then up the Plains States through Montana and Washington State. All of
this real estate was buried under one to two miles of ice. You can read more here ]
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