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What Layer of the Earth Makes up These Plates?

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The layer of the earth that makes the plate is known as the mantle, which is the second layer of the earth. Lithosphere is normally the hard rock layer of the mantle, and It is made up of tectonic plates that enables float independent to the other.
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