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150 million years ago the continents were (closer together / farther apart) than they are now. South America and Africa used to be (together / apart). 100 million years into the future, the continents (are / are not) in the same positions as they are now. Australia will move (north / south) and Antarctica will move (toward the South Pole / toward the equator).

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