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Soil can best be described as the A. loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter. B. layer of bedrock four layers beneath the Earth's surface. C. sandy bottom of the ocean's floor. D. third layer beneath the Earth's surface.
Soil can best be described as the: Loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter.
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Soil can best be described as the: Loose covering of weathered rocks and decaying organic matter.

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