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YOUR SCIENCE FACT OF THE DAY: the world’s longest mountain range isn’t visible

The world’s longest mountain range is not fully visible because it’s actually the subterranean Mid-Ocean Ridge, which lies mostly under the ocean and extends for about 40,000 miles.

It runs along the north-south axis of the Atlantic Ocean and stretches from the Arctic Ocean to near the southern tip of Africa. 

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