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During the last glacial maximum, ice sheets could be found at _____. A. both poles B. the North Pole C. the South Pole
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User: During the last glacial maximum, ice sheets could be found at _____. A. both poles B. the North Pole C. the South Pole

Weegy: B. The north pole.
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User: Earth may have looked like a giant snowball during which stage of Earth's history? A. Mesozoic B. Ordovician C. Precambrian D. the last glacial maximum

Weegy: C. Precambrian
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