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crag and tail


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Land-form consisting of a small rocky hill (crag) from which extends a tapering ridge of unconsolidated debris (tail). The crag is a residual feature left by selective glacial erosion, while the tail is drift-deposited by ice on the lee side of the obstacle.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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