The Guadalupe Mountains are part of which reef complex?

The Guadalupe Mountains are part of which reef complex?


A Capitan Reef

B Chihuahua Atoll

C Texas Fossil Reef

The correct answer is: Capitan Reef

The Delaware Basin, in West Texas and southern New Mexico, was once covered by the Delaware Sea. The Capitan Reef is a 643-kilometre-long fossil reef complex formed about 275 to 277 million years ago by the sea which covered the present-day Guadalupe Mountains National Park.

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