Glaciers. Lauren Kelley . What is a glacier?. A glacier is a thick ice mass that forms over hundreds of thousands of years. They are formed by a combination of ice, water, and rock debris. Since they are huge chucks of ice they move slowly across the water.
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During Ice Age, ice covered 32% of the entire land area of the planet.