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Hundreds of millions of years ago, all the continents on Earth were connected to form a giant “supercontinent” called Pangaea. How might ocean currents have differed during the time of Pangaea compared to today? Explain your answer.

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One ocean current that wouldn't be present at the time of Pangea would be the current that circle the Atlantic ocean. Sorry this doesn't quite answer question.
uh, thanks anyways?
Yeah :), I know there is a ocean current that rides the edges of North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. The whales ride it as the seasons change.

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they are likely to form in the middle of circulating currents around ocean basins
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