The Continents Fit Together Best in the Pangaea Configuration When?

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Pangaea is the super-continent in the theory of continental drift which all the southern continents broke away from leading to their formation. The theory of continental drift supports that the continents fit together best in the Pangaea configuration when the present shorelines are matched.
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Pangea did fit perfectly together. However, if you tried to fit the continents into Pangea again today, you'd have difficulty. This is because their coastlines are changed due to
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Pangaea split up about 175-200 million years ago. I imagine, since then, there has been erosion and additional splits. Also, the ocean may be covering parts of the new shorelines
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It's not "look like", they actually fit together as they was from the same great pangaea (225 million yrs ago) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co… There is
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