300 million years ago Earth did not have seven continents like it does today, but one supercontinent called Pangaea, on which the earliest dinosaurs lived. About 200 million years ago, the supercontinent began to break apart and become Earth’s seven continents. The iGlobe shows how the seven continents as we know them now fit together to form Pangaea.
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