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Continental Drift Animation

The animation (in Flash and non Flash versions) shows the supercontinent Pangaea ("all lands") fragmenting into the continents that exist today. Short text passages present some of the evidence that supports the theory of continental drift.
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The animation (in Flash and non-Flash versions) shows the supercontinent Pangaea ("all lands") fragmenting into the continents that exist today. Short text passages present some of the evidence that supports the theory of continental drift.

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