Travel the World: World Geography

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  • What term is used to describe the single, unbroken land mass that Earth's continents were a part of 200 million years ago?

    • The term Pangea (Greek for "all earth") was coined in the early 20th century by geologist Alfred Wegener to describe the contiguous land mass of Earth's continents 200 million years ago.
    • The term Pangea (Greek for "all earth") was coined in the early 20th century by geologist Alfred Wegener to describe the contiguous land mass of Earth's continents 200 million years ago.
    • The term Pangea (Greek for "all earth") was coined in the early 20th century by geologist Alfred Wegener to describe the contiguous land mass of Earth's continents 200 million years ago.

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