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Approximately 70% of the earth's surface is covered with water. The remaining portion includes the landmasses of the seven continents. These landmasses include many geographical features known as landforms. And within landforms we find many geological features on earth such as rocks and minerals. 

There are features on Earth known as “landforms”: mountains, plains, lakes, islands, and many more. In this video, we’ll find out about landforms and how they originated. We’ll be looking at mountains, hills, valleys, plains, plateaus, watercourses, and landforms found along near coastal areas. We’ll explain concepts such as plate tectonics, erosion, weathering, and uplift. How do glaciers shape the landscape below? How are plains formed? What’s the difference between a bay and a gulf? This video will tell us!

Geology is the study of the Earth and its surface. In this video, we learn about minerals - an important building block of our planet. They are found in rock, in the Earth’s crust and in the soil. And many key elements are minerals, such as coal. This video investigates what minerals are, how they are formed and how they are classified. We learn about the crystalline forms of minerals and terms such as streak and silicate minerals.
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