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"Think about this: You wake up in New York City, decide to go for a stroll, head east after breakfast, and a short time later, still on foot, you find yourself in Morocco. Three hundred million years ago, you could have done that! There was no civilization back then, no cities, no countries, no people, but the land was there, so take a look at this map." Robert Krulwich, co-host of Radiolab
What's different about this particular map of Pangaea is that it retains the modern place-names. You can, for instance, see that the land that makes up Iran today was in two separate places on Pangaea.