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The 2 kinds of glaciers are called a. continental, valley c. till and kettle b. continent, mountain d. plucking and moraine Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
The 2 kinds of glaciers are called: continental, valley.
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The 2 kinds of glaciers are called: continental, valley.
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