Have you ever wondered where you did you will get now on the map of the old in what you call casa, Today we can get closer than ever to that answer through this interactive map of ancient Earth. a walk at the click of a button,
To do this, all we have to do is write our address (or the one we want) Is direction, A planet Earth somewhat “different” from the one we know today would show us the exact location of our current direction in the past, where on earth did dinosaurs live
and that is our planet and its form The present is relatively new. In fact, the land and sea we see today from Eurasia, the Americas, Africa, Antarctica, and Oceania are the products of giant tectonic plates that fit together like a puzzle. However, and although imperceptible to humans, these fragments move slowly. A movement that, on the scale of millions of years, of land masses could make it look like a completely unrecognizable planet.
As for the web that makes it possible for us to travel back in time, it is the work of Ian Webster from the PALEOMAP project with the help of plate tectonic data and paleographic maps from CR Scotts.
A task that allows us to see our planet in the era of the supercontinent Pangaea 240 million years ago, although views from 750 million years ago to the present can also be selected. Also, for desktop users, if you hold down the left and right keys on your keyboard, you can even watch the continents move apart and eventually take the shape we know today.
Finally, the map also allows you to see key moments in the history of life on Earth, such as the extinction of the first vertebrates, the first hominids and the dinosaurs. A totally free pleasure. [IFLScience]