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Did you know that New England was once part of an ancient (now broken-up) continent called Gondwanaland? Our own bedrock came from a long-vanished microcontinent of volcanic islands called Avalonia!

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North America was once connected with Europe, but these two landmasses broke apart millions of years ago. 

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We're still moving away from Europe at about the rate of a growing fingernail.

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