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HELP PLEASE? =) i am working on researching the answers right now but if anyone know's the answers to any of these or can help in anyway that would be great! =)

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I think tectonic plates are continental-sized bits of the Earth's crust which float about a bit, albeit on a geologically slow pace. Pangaea is the name given to the large land mass that existed once way back in time - the various continents split apart and moved to their present positions. Because they once all fitted together the continents tend to look like jigsaw puzzle pieces which have moved apart. Hope this helps a bit,
it does =) thank-you for helping =D

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