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Amasia: the new supercontinent

In the future, Eurasia and America will collide to form a new supercontinent, say geologists at Yale University.

The new supercontinent will form over the current North Pole, though this event is not predicted to happen for another 50 to 200 million years.

‘Amasia’ will be the fourth supercontinent. The most recent, Pangea, was formed about 300 million years with Africa at its central point.

Read more at Yale University

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