anonymous
  • anonymous
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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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
anonymous
  • anonymous
uh, thanks anyways?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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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anonymous
  • anonymous
they are likely to form in the middle of circulating currents around ocean basins
anonymous
  • anonymous
i answered this exact Q in Yahoo answers
anonymous
  • anonymous
does this help you at all?

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