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Placas tectónicas

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What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn

  • La superficie de la Tierra está dividida en grandes pedazos llamados placas tectónicas.
  • Las placas tectónicas se mueven lentamente, creando montañas, islas e incluso reorganizando continentes.
  • Los científicos pueden rastrear la historia de los movimientos de las placas analizando fósiles y capas de rocas.