Evidence suggests that the Earth had only single massive continent millions and millions of years ago, according to the beliefs of scientists. Pangaea was the name that geologists gave to this continent.
The massive plate that Pangaea rested on may have fractured, became split, and then drifted apart, according to one idea. There are currently seven continents on our planet.
The seven continents of North and South America, Asia, Europe, Europe, Australia, and Africa, as well as Antarctica, come together to form a massive jigsaw puzzle.
When viewed on a globe, it is not difficult to imagine how they may be combined to form a single enormous geographical mass.
It is generally accepted that the continents are continuing to move farther apart. In the really distant future, the appearance of the earth will be very different from how it is now.