Pangea was a supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. It was assembled from bits approximately 300 million years ago, and it began to break apart about 175 million years ago. Now a piece has landed in Manhattan.
Now scientists have detailed the remarkable transformation of our planet's surface in a new, eye-popping computer model -- which
The Guardian, CNN International, the Financial Times and Reuters are together forming the Pangea Alliance, a shared scheme
Like the dinosaurs, we and our fellow denizens of Earth may become the amber curios of a future civilization that ponders how species once so prevalent came to such a swift demise.
More than 200 million years ago a bumpy-faced, cow-size creature, roamed the central desert of what was then the supercontinent Pangea, a new study finds.
Skull fossils found in what is now northern Niger show a series of distinctive bony knobs decorating the animal’s skull — hence
The fossils revealed that the landscape 5 million years before the extinction, animal diversity was similar across all five
Alyona and Jacob discuss the top trending stories of the day, including the discovery of what may be a new continent.
From the journal of Nature Geoscience: The Agence France-Presse notes that the floor of the Indian Ocean may, in fact, contain
CSM: What an incredible thing, to know the very land where our feet are so firmly planted was once thousands of miles away