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In 1912, Alfred Wegener discovered and explained the movement of continents, a theory he called"_____."

a) plate movement
b) continental drift
c) moving continents
d) shifting plates

Just need to know if my answer or right or wrong. Thanks! :)

b

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    Right.

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