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I'm looking for a website or some other source showing the moving continents in motion beginning with Pangea. I am looking for anything that gives me increments in x- amount of years of how they looked, let's say, 4000 years ago, 3000, 2000, etc.



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Try http://geosciences.org It is a great site that has tons of educational materials in the geosciences.

Nathan A. Unterman



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