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What is the difference between an isthmus and a strait? A.A strait is a body of land that creates a bridge over a large body of water, and an isthmus is the place a body of water originates .B.A strait is an area of higher ground separating river systems that flow in opposite directions, and an isthmus is land surrounded by water on three sides. C.An isthmus is a thin strip of land that connects two larger areas of land, and strait is a narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water .D.An isthmus is opening of a river, and a strait is a sloping mound of Earth.

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An isthmus is a thin strip of land that connects two larger areas of land, and strait is a narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water. This is the main difference between an isthmus and a strait. In regards to this question, option “C” is the correct option. A great example of a strait lies between Morocco and Spain. This kind of formations are quiet unique in nature and can be seen in only a few places in our earth.

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