What Will Earth Look Like 100 Million Years From Now?

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Embedded into Earth's independently moving tectonic plates, continents have shifted and collided for many millions of years. The supercontinent of Pangea existed until 200 million years ago, when it began to rip itself apart into the arrangement we observe today. But this is by no means their final resting place.

The video below from SpaceRip shows how our planet's continents may have appeared some 600 million years ago, how they may have evolved up to the present day and how they could end up in the next 100 million years. 




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