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Continents may club together at equator, here’s how Earth may look in future

04/09/2021 09:00 AM | Click to read full article

The Earth has evolved over millions of years with tectonic plates changing the face of the planet from one era to another. Breaking super-continent Pangaea, these tectonic plates have arranged the Earth’s surface into seven continents and five oceans.

Scientists at NASA say these tectonic plates are not finished yet and the Earth is still evolving. They have assessed how the current structure of the planet will change over the next 200-250 million years.