True or false quiz about mountains
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Mountains can join up with other mountains to make up a range. Mountains are very rocky and difficult to grow things on. Also, the higher the mountain goes up, the colder it gets — this means different kinds of plants and animals might live at the top of a mountain than at the bottom, depending on just how high it is. Mountains are formed when huge areas of land hit each other. The surface of Earth is made up of lots of different sections called tectonic plates, and mountains can be formed in different ways when these plates collide or when magma can get from the centre of the earth up to the surface. Mountain habitats have a lot of variety. You can also find different plants and animals the higher you climb up a mountain, because temperatures get cooler.