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Over 400 million years ago, a mantle plume caused the crust in Mongolia to split, forming the Mongol-Okhotsk Ocean, which existed for 115 million years. This geological event provides insights into Wilson cycles, the processes of supercontinents breaking apart and reassembling. Researchers, including Daniel Pastor-Galán and Mingshu

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