Continental Drift vs Plate Tectonics Theory Alexsha Campos and David Taylor

According to Alfred Wagner, the Continental Drift is when continents were once together into a super continent named Pangaea. All of a sudden, the plates were moving away from each other.

This is what's happening during Continental Drift

From Space, if you look at the continents, it looks like a puzzle piece. You can also tell Pangaea by ancient climates, rock types/structure, and matching fossils. The Earth's outer shell is divided into plates.

Evidence: Mountains, Rocks, Sea Floor, and composition inside the Earth.

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Created with images by tonynetone - "The five continents" • edwardyanquen - "Pangea Ultima"

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