Minerals and Fossils
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Minerals are naturally occurring, inorganic solids with definite chemical compositions. All minerals are formed through the process of crystallization, or magma and lava.
Our discovery of reversed and normal polarity eventually lead to the discovery of seafloor spreading.
Due to the heat, crystallization took place and formed these minerals.
When Pangaea was still together, fossils were created. As the continents separated, these fossils stayed in their own place. If you were to put the continents together, the similar fossils will be in the same area, forming somewhat of a line.
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