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Where would be the BEST place to find a continental glacier? A. Europe B. Antarctica C. the North Pole D. South America
B. Antarctica Continental glaciers are formed around the Arctic, Antarctic circles and Greenland. They are huge ice masses which covers land within the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
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Earth ever been covered completely by snow and ice probably, during the last glacial maximum.
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