The world looked a whole lot different a couple million years ago. We're not just talking about how everybody lived in stone houses and used pterodactyls instead of record players, because, well, that isn't true at all. The continents were in completely different places — and if you go back far enough, you'll reach Pangea: the last time all of the continents were mashed together in one mega-continent. Now, with the help of a new website, you can watch exactly how the continents collided and how they fell back apart again. Even better, you can find out just where your pterodactyl-equipped stone house would have been if it really had existed.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas July 27, 2018
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