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What latitudes are most likely to see glaciers? A. 45° N and 45° S B. 10° N and 10° S C. 90° N and 90° S D. 30° N and 30° S
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User: What latitudes are most likely to see glaciers? A. 45° N and 45° S B. 10° N and 10° S C. 90° N and 90° S D. 30° N and 30° S

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The latitudes that are most likely to see glaciers is D. 30° N and 30° S.
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