Acadia Glaciers: Einstein07

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The granite in Acadia National Park was created by molten rocks that came up through volcanos as lava.  Glaciers cut through the area leaving large marks in the rocks, and holes in the land which The ice flowed like a slow moving river taking rocks and other items with it.  The glaciers moved by gravity toward sea level. They made all of these huge cuts in the land.