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Evolucion Tierra Pangea Laurasia Gondwana Continentes

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Map of the evolution of the Earth's surface. This map shows the supercontinent Pangaea 300 million years ago, the continents Laurasia and Gondwana 150 million years ago, and today's continents.

Evolucion Tierra Pangea Laurasia Gondwana Continentes

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Pangaea was the supercontinent that existed during the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras about 250 million years ago, before the component continents were separated into their current configuration. The name was coined during a 1926 symposium discussing Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift. In his book The Origin of Continents and Oceans (Die Entstehung der Kontinente und Ozeane) first published in 1915, he postulated that all the continents had at one time formed a single supercontinent which he called the "Urkontinent", before later breaking up and drifting to their present locations. The single enormous ocean which surrounded Pangaea was accordingly named Panthalassa.