What Is the Oldest Continent?

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The age of all the continents are the same they are once a supercontinent called Pangaea that drifted into and masses which are now the 7 continents. Pangaea existed about 250 million years ago between the paleozoic era and mesozoic era.
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The oldest continent is theorized to be Pangaea. Pangaea is when all the continents on Earth were one super continent, and all the continents we have today are actually just broken off from Pangaea. You can find more information here: http://library. thinkquest. org/17701/high/pangaea/
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