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Geologist Iain Stewart investigates the creation of the continents.

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Australia broke from Pangea and created a land that is rich in resources.
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The Americas were formed over 300 million years ago, creating abundant mineral sources.
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Europe and Asia have different identities, formed by massive collisions.
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Ancient continent; a volcanic event carved out the land mass.

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