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How Glaciers Work

How Glaciers Work This easy-to-understand site, with cartoon-like animation and large text, explains why glaciers move and allows users to navigate a glacier with the mouse to see different glacial features. Since scientists tell us that global warming is having a terrible impact on glaciers, this
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How Glaciers Work


This easy-to-understand site, with cartoon-like animation and large text, explains why glaciers move and allows users to navigate a glacier with the mouse to see different glacial features. Since scientists tell us that global warming is having a terrible impact on glaciers, this site can help even younger children to visualize what is happening.

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