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This one happened to once be the bottom of a sea floor, that dried up long ago.
Welcome to the plains! These are low, flatlands with gently rolling hills as you can see here.
This is a valley! It is a area of low land between higher areas of land, usually with a river or stream flowing through. These are formed when water and ice carry away minerals from the land.
Right here we have mountain terrain. These are high up peaks with snow caps on top. They are usually formed when tectonic pressure builds up and pushes land upwards.
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