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  • Earths REAL Lost Continents

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    Miles beneath the ocean there are numerous sunken lands just waiting to be discovered. How did these lost lands form, and what would they be like today if they had been just a little higher up?

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  • Earth Has a New Continent, But Its Hiding

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    We all have heard of the lost civilization of Atlantis sinking into the waters off the coast of Ancient Greece. The story is supposed to be a myth, but have scientists finally found the lost city? Not sure about that, but they did find a lost continent! How careless do you have to be to misplace an entire continent? We’ll have to ask our planet about that one.

    Earth lost what was called Greater Adria between 100 and 120 million years ago. So, how did that happen, and where did it go? The only way to describe the process would be kinda like a snake slipping through rocks or going down into a hole. Most snakes don’t leave trails. And scientists might never have found Adria if it weren’t for the snakeskin. I mean, the mountains… Confused? Let's figure out!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    What happened to Greater Adria 0:27
    ... and where it's now 2:49
    The world's “Eighth Continent” 3:09
    Where did all the continents come from? 4:54
    Was Adria Atlantis? 6:48

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  • Scientists Have Found a New Continent on Earth

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    The Greek philosopher Plato first described Atlantis in the year 360 BC. Ever since people have been enamored with this lost continent. What happened to it? What was it like? Did they eat cheeseburgers? Did Atlantis ever even exist at all?

    Unfortunately, the answer to that last question is probably no.
    Still, there might be some hope, as geologists stumble across lost continents more often than you might think. Here are three sunken lands that might hold you over until the fish people turn up.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Sunken continent beneath the waters of the Mediterranean Sea 0:40
    The landmass that has broken away from Australia 4:28
    The continent where humans lived 7:16
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    SUMMARY:
    - All of the Earth’s landmass was once combined into a single massive supercontinent known as Pangea. About two hundred million years ago the continent split in two.
    - The continental plate might have been roughly the size of Greenland, King of the Islands, but was actually divided into several smaller landmasses, similar to the Caribbean.
    - Greater Adria would’ve been a vast collection of islands and coral atolls separated by shallow and warm tropical seas.
    - Most of it sank into the Earth's Mantle following a collision with mainland Europe not long after its formation.
    - Finding this sunken landmass was no easy feat, and took years of research by geologists from multiple countries. You see, southern Europe is what experts refer to as “a mess.”
    - Aspiring geologists looking for another lost world might turn their attention to the South Pacific, and the unassuming island nation of New Zealand.
    - New Zealand, like many islands, is little more than the top of a vast underwater mountain range.
    - Zealandia is believed to have broken away from Australia around sixty to eighty-five million years ago.
    - Zealandia is more than half the size of its parent continent and much larger than Greater Adria.
    - Fossil records even indicate that there may have been animals on the continent before it was swallowed up by the rising Pacific Ocean at the end of the last ice age.
    - If Zealandia were above water, it would interrupt the EAC, hogging all that tropical warmth for itself like the greedy landmass it is.
    - What differentiates Doggerland from the first two entries on this list is that it existed recently enough for humans to have set foot on this lost land.
    - It’s named after Dogger Bank, a submerged plateau halfway between England and Denmark.
    - Modern humans are known to have begun inhabiting the region between the years of 10,000 and 4,000BC, as evidenced by the discovery of flint and bone tools on the floor of the English Channel.
    - As with all good things, Doggerland eventually came to an end. And as with Zealandia, it was receding glaciers and rising sea levels that did this landmass in.

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  • Could A Sunken Continent Explain The Spread Of Lemurs Across The World?

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  • Earth 100 Million Years From Now

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    Earth's landmasses were not always what they are today. Continents formed as Earth's crustal plates shifted and collided over long periods of time. This video shows how today's continents are thought to have evolved over the last 600 million years, and where they'll end up in the next 100 million years.

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  • Is Zealandia Earths 8th Continent?

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    Not so deep beneath the waters of the pacific lies a sunken continent. Is this Earth's 8th continent?

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  • Where Was the Last Place Discovered on Earth?

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    Humanity has been around for a very long time and it seems like we've discovered just about everything in the world today. But that didn't always used to be the case, the world used to be a huge place waiting to be explored. The question I try to answer in this video is where were the last places, as well as the first places that the human species actually discovered on our world? Spanning hundreds of thousands of years in under 9 minutes, we attempt to give our greatest and quickest answer to that question.

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  • A New Continent Is Discovered on Earth In the Pacific Ocean

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    How to Stop Water Polution. In case you're wondering what water polution has to do with a new continent discoevered in the Pacific Ocean, here's the answer to this mystery. This new continent is an island that consists solely of garbage and plastic waste. Some countries are ready to announce an ecological disaster. Let’s see if there’s something we can all do to save the planet.

    TIMESTAMPS
    The popularity of plastic 0:26
    Garbage islands 1:47
    The Great Pacific Garbage Patch 2:30
    Problems connected with the plastic pollution of the ocean 4:39
    Bali ecological disaster 7:31
    Several ways to solve problem 8:26

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    SUMMARY
    -2 million plastic bags a minute are thrown away. As for bubble wrap, the amount produced in just one year would be enough to cover our planet around the equator. 500 billion plastic cups are used and disposed of annually.
    -There are 3 huge garbage islands in the world: in the central North Pacific Ocean, in the Indian Ocean, and in the Atlantic Ocean.
    -The size of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is currently more than 600,000 square miles. According to the journal Scientific Reports, there are more than 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic that have accumulated in this area.
    -Plastic objects in the ocean kill animals or get stuck in their bodies. Some types of plastic are toxic. In addition, plastic has the ability to absorb such poisonous substances as mercury. Birds often choke to death after trying to swallow a bright object that has caught their eye.
    -Indonesian authorities have recently declared a “garbage emergency.” More than 100 tons of waste brought ashore every day to beaches from Seminyak and Jimbaran to Kuta.
    -To solve the problem, people can find a way to remove the garbage that is already in the ocean. Another way out is to decrease pollution or stop it completely.

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  • There’s a Hidden Continent Lurking Beneath Europe

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    How did we lose an entire continent? Scientists have spent nearly 10 years to figure out the history of the lost continent they’re calling Greater Adria.
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    So it turns out, Greater Adria is not truly gone...it’s lurking underneath southern Europe.

    Roughly 240 million years ago, this Greenland-sized land mass was part of the Gondwana supercontinent, wedged in with its North African and European counterparts.

    Then, 20 million years later, the continent decided to make a break for it and started separating from Africa, and in another 40 million years Greater Adria became a truly independent continent.

    On its journey toward self discovery, floating about on the Earth’s surface thanks to continental drift, Greater Adria encountered what is now southern Europe.

    Greater Adria shattered into pieces in response and was sucked under its opposing continental plate, where it got officially ‘lost in Earth’s syrupy mantle. But its top layer got scraped off and shoved up, instead of down, forming part of the Apennine mountains in central Italy.

    Colliding plates are a messy and chaotic business, and these relics of a lost continent, mostly chunks of limestone, are sprinkled all over the Mediterranean meaning the continental remnants are spread out across borders.

    Geoscience agencies tend to have developed their own logic and ways of talking about these kinds of geological processes, so piecing all of it together to form a whole picture was challenging in ways even beyond the science.

    Find out more about Greater Adria’s journey to independence and how the continent came to be on this episode of Elements.

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    The Mystifying Structures Hidden Within Earth’s Mantle


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    The only visible remnants of the continent—known as Greater Adria—are limestones and other rocks found in the mountain ranges of southern Europe. Scientists believe these rocks started out as marine sediments and were later scraped off the landmass’s surface and lifted up through the collision of tectonic plates.

    Lost continent revealed in new reconstruction of geologic history

    These unsullied relics of Greater Adria can be found today in the heel of Italy’s boot, scattered from Venice to Turin, and in Croatia’s Istria region—which means you can take a vacation on the splinters of a lost continent.

    Scientists Recreate What Happened to an Ancient Continent Shoved Beneath Europe

    In that destruction, it’s likely that a fraction of the ancient formation was scraped off — and today those scraps exist as rocks found in places like Turin, Italy, and Croatia’s Istria region.

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  • Meet Zealandia: The Earths 8th Continent

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    The story of Atlantis, a mythological continent that vanished into the sea after its inhabitants displeased the gods, has fascinated people for thousands of years. However, the idea of a whole continent sinking into the ocean may be more rooted in reality than you think.

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  • How Will Earth Change If All the Ice Melts?

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  • How Earth Would Look If All The Ice Melted

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    We learned last year that many of the effects of climate change are irreversible. Sea levels have been rising at a greater rate year after year, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates they could rise by another meter or more by the end of this century.

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  • What Happened On Earth In March 2018? - Tectonic Plates Problem

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    Planet Earth has existed for around 4.5 billion years, much longer than humans have been around and it’s not always looked the way it does now. The Earth is dynamic, and constantly changing and its landmasses shifting and colliding over millions of years… and have so far left us with the 7 continents we see today. You might think that the planet is done evolving, but the continents are still moving around the planet, just as fast or maybe even faster than predicted. In fact, huge cracks have opened in the Earth’s crust overnight before our very eyes, and even the formation of a new ocean is happening right this moment. This is what it’s like living on a geologically active planet…

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  • 15 Places on Earth Where Gravity Doesnt Seem to Work

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    If it weren’t for the gravitational force on earth, we would float instead of walk. It’s what binds us and mostly everything around us, to the earth. But in some places on earth, a strange phenomenon is at work, and the gravitational force becomes zero. From the waterfall that’s flow defies logic to the mystery anomaly in a forest outside of Santa Cruz, California, here are 15 Places on Earth Where Gravity Doesn’t Seem to Work!

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  • 1940’s LIVING HISTORY BIOGRAPHY OF ADMIRAL RICHARD E. BYRD ARCTIC & ANTARCTIC RESEARCH 26954

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    This film Living History focuses on the career of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd and his research expedition to the Antarctic in the late 1920’s to the early 1930’s. Admiral Richard Byrd was an American naval officer, explorer and had won himself the Medal of Honor for valor. His first expedition consisted of two ships and three airplanes with the flagship of the trip being the City of New York. On this trek, he and his crew conducted photographic expeditions and geological surveys. The film is presented by The News Magazine (:12) with American students being the targeted audience. Ships of the expedition are seen in the waters of the New York Harbor in 1930 after returning from their first voyage to the North and South Poles (:24). Admiral Byrd first appears at (:34) prior to celebrations in the streets of New York upon his arrival (:38). Byrd rides a parade car through the streets (:49). He is seen again 23 years later addressing students (:59) about the differences between the northern and southern poles. Footage follows of the North Pole (1:15) and the South Pole (1:25). Men of the 1926 expedition are seen donning thick cold weather gear (1:57) near the Josephine Ford Byrd Expedition plane. This expedition lead to the North Pole becoming one of the most strategic locations (2:15). The Josephine plane is seen returning to the expedition’s base at Spitsbergen (2:23). Men on the ground surround the plane as it touches down from the trek which took over 16 hours (2:27). The pilot, Floyd Bennett and Admiral Byrd are pictured together (2:35). Byrd returns to speak about avoiding war though he believed if it was to come to fruition it would take place mainly across the top of the world (2:41). Snow plows move snowy terrain across the arctic tundra (2:55). Footage follows of one of Byrd’s six expeditions (3:55) as he charts the 1,400-mile course (4:03). As their vessel neared the destination, it is seen cutting through large ice patches (4:13). The expedition arrives on the shores of Antarctica (4:25). Scouts raise the US flag (4:31). Native penguins of the area are seen (4:38). Men move blocks of snow which will be utilized for water sources (4:41). An aerial shot of the area known as Little America follows (5:19). Admiral Byrd returns from a scouting flight just ahead of a blizzard (5:29) as members of the voyage head below ground for shelter and to study the photographs taken during Byrd’s flight (5:50). The blizzard is viewed from above ground (5:55). Participants of the expedition take navigation classes in the underground shelter (6:46). The storage lockers which hold the camp members’ frozen food supplies are viewed (6:57). Meat is so deeply frozen it must be chopped with an axe (7:12). As the storm passes, the men resurface (7:23) and set to uncovering snow bound tractors (7:28). Dogs and dog sleds are used to carry supplies of important information retrieved on the trip (7:40). The drivers of the dog sleds are seen returning to ships which were being loaded up with supplies (7:47). The film begins to wrap up as Byrd appears for a final time to talk about returning to Antarctica (8:09). The film had been produced by Warner Brothers Pictures Inc. (8:46).


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  • A Dead Satellite Is Unlocking the Secrets Lurking Beneath Antarctica

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    A hypothetical ocean model called a geoid is helping us uncover the hidden gravity points underneath our landmasses; including the ever mysterious Antarctica.

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    This is particularly apparent for the cratonic regions of the Earth. The comparisons demonstrate that the combination of seismological, and satellite gravity gradient imaging has significant potential to enhance our knowledge of Earth’s structure. In remote frontiers like the Antarctic continent, where even basic knowledge of lithospheric scale features remains incomplete, the curvature images help unveil the heterogeneity in lithospheric structure, e.g. between the composite East Antarctic Craton and the West Antarctic Rift System.

    The Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer

    It was launched on 17 March 2009. Owing to its sleek shape, GOCE is often cited as one of ESA's most elegant space probes. The mission ended on 11 November 2013 after a planned destructive re-entry into the atmosphere.

    Beneath Antarctica’s Ice Is a Graveyard of Dead Continents

    The eastern section of Antarctica is buried beneath a thick ice sheet. Some scientists simply assumed that under that cold mass there was nothing more than a “frozen tectonic block,” a somewhat homogeneous mass that distinguished it from the mixed up geologies of other continents.

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  • 10 Strange Things You Didnt Know About Earth

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  • What If the Land and Oceans on Earth Switched Places?

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  • Did Anyone Else Notice This Strange Shape on the Antarctic Ice?

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  • What Will Happen When Earths North And South Pole Flip?

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  • What will the world look like in 250 million years?

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  • 18 Places Google Earth Doesnt Want You to See

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    If you’ve never toyed around with Google Earth, whether for fun or strictly educational purposes, then you’ve been missing out! There are so many cool and bizarre things you can see from satellite images that you probably wouldn’t catch if you didn’t have a bird’s eye view. For example, you can see graffiti in a volcanic crater in Mexico, the world’s largest logo in Chile, a pond full of hippos in Tanzania, and even Batman’s secret hideout in Japan… Wait, what? You heard right! Watch the video for that and more!

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    Airplane graveyard in Tucson, Arizona 0:36
    Overgrown shipwreck in Sydney, Australia 1:13
    Island in a lake on an island in a lake, Northern Canada 1:47
    The Badlands Guardian in Alberta, Canada 2:09
    Osmington White Horse in Sutton Poyntz, UK 2:35
    Potash Ponds in Moab, Utah 2:57
    The Whampoa Boat-Shaped Shopping Center in Kowloon, Hong Kong 3:14
    A big friendly giant in the Atacama Desert, Chile 3:41
    Hippo pool in Tanzania 4:06
    The desert lips in Sudan 4:28
    The Batman symbol in Okinawa, Japan 4:49
    Otherworldly art in Egypt 5:08
    The Coca Cola logo in Chile 5:30
    The White Lion in Whipsnade, UK 6:06
    A giant target in Nevada 6:36
    The world’s biggest fingerprint in Sussex, UK 7:09
    The Mirny Mine in Siberia, Russia 7:34
    Graffiti in a volcanic crater, Mexico 8:06

    SUMMARY:
    - Aircraft no longer in use just get sent to a special storage facility where they’re left until their parts can be salvaged or reused later on. And the airplane graveyard in Tucson, Arizona is by far the largest in the world.
    - Canada’s Victoria Island lies within a lake, and there’s a lake on Victoria Island with another island in it!
    - The Badlands Guardian in Alberta is not human-made. The head of the “Badlands Guardian” is a natural earth formation, or at least scientists say so.
    - The act of cutting white horses out of hills actually has its own specific name: leucippotomy.
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    A lecture about the lost world mountains (tepuis or tepuyes) of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana by Stewart McPherson.

    During this lecture, Stew accounts the story of discovery and exploration of the tepuis, and provides an overview of the biogeography, animals, plants and landscapes of these remarkable lost world mountains.

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  • 15 Dramatic Changes on Earth Revealed by NASA

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    Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina 4:52
    Muir Glacier, Alaska 5:08

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    - Pedersen Glacier is an outlet glacier located in Kenai Fjords National Park near Seward. The photo taken in 1917 shows that it was an ordinary massive glacier once. No icebergs are visible anymore.
    - The Aral Sea in Kazakhstan almost disappeared by 2014 due to the extensive irrigation of cotton fields.
    - Lake Oroville was hit hard by the lack of water while California was suffering from a severe drought.
    - The photo taken at the same place almost 100 years later shows that the Carroll glacier still exists, but it has serious problems. The ice cap has melted and has been covered with natural debris.
    - Powell Lake is an artificial reservoir located on the Colorado River. It’s easy to notice that its water level has reduced over 15 years.
    - The rise in temperature from 1950 to 1990 caused the giant Bear Glacier to retreat by one mile. From 2000 to 2005, it moved another two miles.
    - Since the 1960s, Amazon rain forests have been actively cut down. According to current estimates, they now have about 80% left. The state of Rondonia in Brazil lost most of its forests.
    - Toboggan Glacier covered a large territory once. Unfortunately, like many other glaciers on our planet, this one keeps melting fast. Comparing the two photos, you can see that there is less snow in 2000.
    - Qori Kalis Glacier located in the Andes mountains of Peru. Frankly speaking, it's almost impossible to recognize this place nowadays – the difference is truly shocking.
    - Mar Chiquita Lake is the biggest salt lake in South America. As you see, it has become smaller in recent years, but the area still looks lush.

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    Watch the three-part Britain's Treasure Islands documentary series on BBC FOUR, starting Tue 12 Apr 2016 21:00. (repeated Wed 13 Apr 2016 20:00).

    This mini-documentary follows Stewart McPherson's journey to Tristan da Cunha, the most remote inhabited island in the world. We meet the Tristanians and an interview with ex-chief islander Harold Green reveals what life is like in Tristan's only settlement, Edinburgh of the Seven Seas.



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  • America Unearthed: Viking Relics Uncovered in Canada | Full Episode | History

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    In 1000 AD, the Vikings made it to North America, establishing a base camp in Newfoundland at a site called L'Anse aux Meadows. But could they have made it further South. Find out more in Season 2, Episode 4, Vikings in America. #AmericaUnearthed
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  • Dinosaurs of the Lost Continent | Dr. Scott Sampson

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    Paleontologist Dr. Scott Sampson's public lecture about the ancient lost continent of Laramidia and the remarkable dinosaurs that lived there.

    For more than a century, paleontologists have been collecting abundant, often spectacular dinosaur fossils from the Western Interior of North America, with the bulk of these remains found in rocks dating to the final stages of the Cretaceous Period. Only recently have we learned that most of these dinosaurs—among them horned, duck-billed, dome-headed, and armored plant-eaters, as well as giant tyrannosaur meat-eaters and smaller “raptor-like” predators—existed on a “lost continent,” today referred to as “Laramidia.

    About 96 million years ago, exceptionally high sea levels flooded central North America, resulting in a north-south oriented seaway extending from the Arctic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. This shallow sea isolated life-forms on the eastern and western landmasses for most the next 26 million years.

    We know little of what happened on the eastern landmass, but its western counterpart, Laramidia, witnessed a tremendous florescence of dinosaurs and other Cretaceous life-forms. Surprisingly, despite the small size of Laramidia (less than one-quarter the size of present day North America) and giant sizes of many of the dinosaurs, different species co-existed in the northern and southern regions, at least during certain intervals. How were so many giant animals able to co-exist on such a diminutive landmass? Why were most of these dinosaurs adorned with bizarre bony features such as horns, crests, domes, or spikes? What lessons do these ancient fossils have for humans living on a warming planet?

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    There are a lot of weird places here on Earth, but here are a few of our favorite strange spots!

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  • Brad Meltzers Decoded: Georgia Stonehenge Has Apocalyptic Powers | Full Episode | History

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  • Massive Crater Discovered Under Greenland Ice

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    In a remote area of northwest Greenland, an international team of scientists has made a stunning discovery, buried beneath a kilometer of ice. It’s a meteor impact crater, 300 meters deep and bigger than Paris or the Beltway around Washington, DC. It is one of the 25 largest known impact craters on Earth, and the first found under any of our planet’s ice sheets. The researchers first spotted the crater in July 2015, while they were inspecting a new map of the topography beneath Greenland's ice sheet that used ice-penetrating radar data primarily from Operation IceBridge, an ongoing NASA airborne mission to track changes in polar ice, and earlier NASA airborne missions in Greenland.

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  • 5 Alternate Lost Continents

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    We're so used to how our maps we never think of how different our map could really look. Here is a list of 5 landmasses which either have existed in the past or have been thought to have existed but were proven fiction.
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    The Earth has eight continents, and world maps should reflect this, geologists say. About 3,500 feet under the south Pacific waves sits a lost eighth continent.

    Scientists confirmed that the submerged landmass, named Zealandia, was its own continent in 2017. But they hadn't been able to map its full breadth until now.

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    We are still to finish discovering the marvels of the world.

    Scientist say they have discovered a hidden land mass
    which has existed for about a hundred million years.


    The land mass Zealandia believed to have broken away from Australia as part of the break up of the super continent Gondwanaland may be added to future maps by cartographers as a a continent if the discovery is accepted by the scientific community.

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  • Is Zealandia Earths 8th Continent? Lost Continent.

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    Not so deep beneath the waters of the pacific lies a sunken continent. Is this Earth's 8th continent?
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  • Lystrosaurus - The Creature that Ruled the Earth - What Was Lost Ep.1

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    A brief look into Lystrosaurus, the creature that once accounted for 95% of all terrestrial vertebrates.




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    #DidYouKnow, there were land masses, islands, and even entire continents, which existed during prehistory, but have since disappeared as a result of catastrophic geological phenomena or slowly rising sea levels.

    And so in this video, we are going to inform you about 5 such land masses, which we have lost during the course of history.

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  • 8th continent in the world | பூமியில் 8 வது கண்டம் | Earth lost continent | Zealandia | Tamil |

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    Zealandia is a long, narrow microcontinent that is mostly submerged in the South Pacific Ocean.

    A microcontinent is a landmass that has broken off from a main continent. Zealandia broke off from Antarctica about 100 million years ago, and then from Australia about 80 million years ago.

    Zealandia is about half the size of Australia, but only 7 percent of it is above sea level. Most of that terrestrial land makes up the two large islands of the country of New Zealand, the North Island and the South Island. Stewart Island, just south of the South Island, and many smaller islets are also a part of Zealandia. New Caledonia, a collection of islands governed by France, makes up the northern tip of Zealandia.

    Zealandia generally enjoys a mild, temperate climate. Its largest islands have glaciers, the largest being Tasman Glacier on the South Island. Activity from the last glacial period also carved out many fjords and valleys. The tropical climate of New Caledonia, on the other hand, has more in common with Oceania and the South Pacific.
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  • Lost Continent Of The Earth is Zealandia - Amazing of Earth

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    In the deep South Pacific ocean lies a lost continent Zealandia that, up until a few years ago, was undiscovered by man. You’ve likely been taught that there are 7 continents on Earth. However, now there is evidence for an eighth continent hidden mostly underwater.
    The submerged lost continent of Zealandia broke away from the supercontinent Gondwanaland about 80 million years ago. For the past 23 million years the massive continent has been nearly completely submerged. In total, the continent is 1.9 million square miles and is about half the size of Australia.

    New research suggests that the landmass fits all the criteria for a continental mass and would have been labeled as such if it weren’t submerged underwater.


    A recent project by the New Zealand research group GNS Science released a fantastic interactive platform to explore and examine different layers of information and imagery over Zealandia.

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  • The Carta Marina at 500

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    Second of four sessions of a two-day conference celebrating the 500th anniversary of Martin Waldseemüller's Carta Marina and focusing on some of the most mysterious maps of the Medieval and Early Modern periods.

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