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It was called Pangea. It was called Pangea and if you stick all the land forms together they fit together like a puzzle.

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Did the entire world once consist of a single continent?

scientists believe that it did and it was called Pangaea


What is the name give to describe the single huge continent that scientists believe once existed?

Pangaea.


Scientists who argue that mordern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of?

Most scientists believe that humans originated in Africa.


What Scientists who agree that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of?

Africa.


Scientists who argue that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from the continent of?

Africa.


What is a single large continent called?

A country.


What is a supercontinent called?

The single super continent called Pangaea.


According to the continental drift theory a single huge continent once existed is called what?

The single huge continent that once existed according to the continental drift theory is called Pangaea.


Scientist now argue that modern humans evolved from a single population believe that humans came from what continent?

Africa


Single large land mass?

A large land mass is commonly called a continent.


What do scientists believe about the earth's continents?

Scientists believe that the Earth's continents were once part of a single landmass called Pangaea that later broke apart due to plate tectonics. This movement of tectonic plates is still ongoing, causing the continents to drift slowly over time.


Was earth made up of a single continent that later separated into several continents?

That is what's believed, yes. The super-continent is called Pangaea/Pangea.