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The last time that happened, supercontinent known as "Pangea" formed about 310 million years ago, before the break about 180 million years ago.
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The researchers say that they believe is most likely Novopangaea.
The researchers write, "Assuming that the present conditions persist, to the Atlantic remains & # 39; open and the Pacific remains & # 39; closes, we have a scenario where the next superkontinent forms at antipodi a & # 39; Pangea.
"The Americas will collide with the north & # 39; Antarctica to the north, and then to Africa Eurasia already suffered.
"The superkontinent then forms a Novopangea been named, or Novopangaea.
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