What is the thickest interior layer of Earth? The thinnest?

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What is the thickest interior layer of Earth? The thinnest?

Layers of the Earth:

Scientists know that Earth is made of layers. The material we see on the surface of the Earth is not the same as that which is found deep inside the Earth. The exterior layer of the Earth is called the crust. It is the thinnest layer of all, varying between about 3 and 25 miles in thickness.

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The Internal Layers & Structure of the Earth

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