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During the Ice Ages, much of the earth’s water froze into huge ice sheets called a. savannahs. c. ice caps. b. tundra. d. glaciers.
During the Ice Ages, much of the earth’s water froze into huge ice sheets called glaciers.
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During the Ice Ages, much of the earth’s water froze into huge ice sheets called glaciers.
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