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The earliest crust on Earth consisted of very hot, molten rock. Over time, the molten rock cooled and solidified, forming the Earth's outermost layer. However, some of this molten rock remained very hot and solidified too quickly, resulting in pieces of crust that do not exist today.

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Pieces of Earth's earliest crust do not exist today because earth's crust is constantly shifting and reforming due to plate tectonics and the continuous cycle of rock formation, erosion, and deposition. Over time, earth's earliest crust has been recycled and built upon to form the earth's current crust.

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Jan. 4, 2023, 12:58 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

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