A Lost 8th Continent Is Hidden Nearly 1,000 Miles Under Europe


The map of the world looked very different 240 million years ago.

Earth’s modern-day continents were joined together in one Pac-Man-shaped supercontinent known as Pangea, which eventually split into two fragments: Laurasia in the north and Gondwana in the south. The former became Europe, Asia, and North America. The latter dispersed to form modern-day Africa, Antarctica, South America, and Australia.

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