What rock clues were used to support the hypothesis of continental drift?

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parts of the Appalachian Mountain of the eastern US are similar to those found in Greenland and western Europe. Rock clues like these support the idea that the continents were connected in the past.
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Explain how wegener used climate clues to support his hypothesis of continental drift?

Well it wasn't so much climate as the fossils that have been found. Fossils have been found in Antarctica of plants that only occur in tropical climates so at one point it mus

What supports the hypothesis of continental drift?

The coasts of the continents surrounding the Atlantic ocean could, if the continents were moved closer, fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. . Living animals in widely separate
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How do rock climate and fossil clues support the hypothesis of continental drift?

Rock clues support Wegners theory of continental drift and Pangaea because when India hit Eurasia the Himalayas formed and that is where Mt Everest is today! Climate clues inc
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What was used by Wegner to support the hypothesis of continental drift?

There were four peices of evidence: 1. He noticed that the some of the continents fit together like a puzzle. 2. He found the same fossils in both continents, this is only