How do Snowflake databases that are created from shares differ from standard databases that are not created from shares?

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How do Snowflake databases that are created from shares differ from standard databases that are not created from shares?

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How do Snowflake databases that are created from shares differ from standard databases that are not created from shares? (Choose three.)

A. Shared databases are read-only.
B. Shared databases must be refreshed in order for new data to be visible.
C. Shared databases cannot be cloned.
D. Shared databases are not supported by Time Travel.
E. Shared databases will have the PUBLIC or INFORMATION_SCHEMA schemas without explicitly granting these schemas to the share.
F. Shared databases can also be created as transient databases.
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