Why do mountains, come in ranges?
Why do mountains come in lines, and not one here and there?
Depends where they are but usually mountains are pushed by tectonic plates pushing against each other, resulting in a range off them along the line where the plates meet. for example the Himalayan range is situated where the Indo-Australian Plate, moving at around 15 cm a year collided with the Eurasian plate about 70 million years ago.
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