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Select all that apply. What evidence suggests the continents were once all together but then drifted apart? A.Mountain ranges in North America match up with those along the European coastline.
B.Similar fossils of plants and animals are found on widely separated continents. C.Remains of tropical plants found in Antarctica. D.Matching jig-saw puzzle coastlines, particularly with the west coast of Africa and east coast of South America.
Evidence of continents once being together, also known as Pangaea, are explained in all answers listed. (A,B,C, & D)
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