Earth Forms

by Maggie Li

Pangaea was in early geological time a supercontinent that incorporated almost all the landmasses on Earth. At this time, most of the dry land on Earth was joined into one huge landmass that covered nearly a third of the planet's surface. 

It was surrounded by a global ocean called Panthalassa, and was fully assembled by the Early Permian Period (250 million years ago). The movement of Earth's tectonic plates formed the supercontinent and ultimately broke it apart, about 200 million years ago, during the Early Jurassic Period. 

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