Differentiate between young fold mountains and old fold mountains.
|Young fold mountains||Old fold mountains|
|They are of recent origin.||They have been formed long ago.|
|They are higher than the old fold mountains.||They are lower than the young fold mountains.|
|Most of the young fold mountains have pointed peaks.||These mountains generally do not have pointed peaks due to erosional activities of exogenic forces. They have rounded peaks.|
|These have steeper slopes and deeper valleys.||Due to the erosional activities of the exogenic forces, these mountains have gentle slopes.|
|The Himalayas, the Andes and the Rockies mountains are some examples of young fold mountains.||The Aravali Range, the Appalachian and the Ural Mountains are some examples of old fold mountains.|