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It is continental crust which hs the greater buoyancy, so when it meets another plate of continental crust neither can subduct. Instead, they collide, crumple and fold, making them thicker and higher. An example of this is the collision between the Indo-Australian plate and the Eurasian plate, which has formed the Himalayas. Had the Indo-Australian plate ...


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