An article in The Conversation entitled, ‘What planet Earth might look like when the next supercontinent forms,’ discusses how every few hundred million years, Earth’s tectonic plates come together and combine a supercontinent, which remains for a few hundred million years or so before breaking up again, and what the next Pangea might look like.
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