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Terrigenous sediment consists primarily of mineral grains eroded from A. mid-ocean ridges. B. marine animal shells. C. continental rocks. D. undersea minerals.

Cynthia Baker

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Caroline Campbell on September 15, 2018

The answer is letter C. Terrigenous sediments from continental rocks, which means that come from the inside. The erosion of the rocks of the environment (e.g., volcanic eruptions, the weathering of the rock), which causes the development of these sediments. These sediments may consist of sand, mud and silt, which are usually carried to the great masses of water of the rivers.

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