Scrat's Continental Crack Up
00:08 - 02:22
2m 14s

Scrat places a nut on the ground, causing the Earth to split in half. He travels down the layers of the Earth and chases the nut on the Earth's core. This clip comically shows how the different continents and many of Earth's iconic structures formed.

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  • BOLAJI COLE
    over 3 years ago
    I've not used it yet, but plan to use it for students active engagement
  • Rachel Hiatt
    about 7 years ago
    This clip will be used as an engaging supplement to the Earth Science curriculum.
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