In geology, what's the name of the most recent supercontinent?

  • A. Pangaea
  • B. Rodinia
  • C. Gondwana
  • D. Antarctica

46% of players knew the correct answer: A., Pangaea

In geology, a supercontinent is the assembly of most of Earth's continental blocks, which forms a single large landmass. Pangaea existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras, and was centered on the Equator.

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Question of the Day: Pangaea
Did you know there have been multiple supercontinents throughout Earth's history? Join Murray and Tamika as they discuss the clues that geologists use to determine how land on Earth was arranged millions of years ago.

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