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Why do scientists think the Grand Canyon was once covered by an ocean?
Seawater has been found seeping up through the canyon floor.

The Grand Canyon is located along coastlines that likely flooded.

Only an ocean would have the strength to erode the rock forming the Grand Canyon.

The sedimentary rock type forming layers of the canyon formed under the sea.****** Teachers or connexus students, answers today would help. Connexus students, answers to the test may help too

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  1. im confused a little bit. there is 2 thumb up and 2 thumbs down so is this the correct answer or.....

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  2. I agree i'll come back to tell y'all if its correct

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  5. The sedimentary rock type forming layers of the canyon formed under the sea. np guys

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  10. The answer is only an ocean would have the strength to erode the rock forming the Grand Canyon

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