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Tectonic Plates

Pangea, boundaries, etc.

What is the name of the supercontinent? Pangea
What is the largest continent? Asia
Which continent is located at the South Pole? Antarctica
Which continent includes the United States? North America
Which continent includes Brazil? South America
On which continent is Italy? Europe
On which continent is Egypt? Africa
Which continent do people refer to as "down under?" Australia
How many continents are there? Seven
What is underneath each continent? a tectonic plate
What is a convergent boundary? It is where two tectonic plates collide
Which kind of boundary makes mountains? Convergent boundaries
When tectonic plates recede from each other, what kind of boundary is that? Divergent boundary
When the plates slide past each other, what is that? Transform fault
Created by: Lhogan