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What does a terminal moraine represent?

A. the end of a polished and scratched segment of bedrock

B. the sharp ends of a jagged ridge formed by glaciers

C. the end of an ice sheet that is flaating in the sea

D. a pile of sediment deposited at the end of the glacier

E. the final time that two glaciers come together

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A terminal moraine represents area with sharped ends of jagged ridge that are formed by glaciers.

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