What landforms are created by glaciers?

As glaciers continue to move, debris gets removed, divides get lowered and eventually the slope is reduced to such an extent that glaciers will stop moving leaving only a mass of low hills and vast outwash plains along with other depositional features. They form various glacial erosional and depositional forms like cirques, horns and serrated ridges, glacial valleys/troughs, moraines, eskers, outwash plains and drumlins

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